"Edward stood, motionless as a statue, just a few feet from the mouth of the alley. His eyes were closed, the rings under them deep purple, his arms relaxed at his sides, his palms turned forward. His expression was very peaceful, like he was dreaming pleasant things. The marble skin of his chest was barethere was a small pile of white fabric at his feet. The light reflecting from the pavement of the square gleamed dimly from his skin.
- New Moon: Ch 20; Volterra ~ Stephanie Meyer
Yeeeah, this was just a big mistake from the start and then turned into a 'clean up operation' spending most of the time trying to fix all the mistakes. Oh well, I dislike drawing buildings immensely, especially stone buildings. Too many straight lines for my liking... not to mention my dislike for drawing six packs... I think they're ugly.
Also, I think his arms being 'relaxed at this sides' and his ' palms being turned forward' contradicted each other entirely because the minute you put his palms forward his arms cease being relaxed, but whatever
The pose is too stiff and I was too lazy to do it all over again...
...the lighting was fun though.