April 19th, 2011
A favorite piece of mine i did in black chalk, >.<
"The Dying Gaul", an example of pathetic nudity (or arguably, heroic nudity), is a marble sculpture of a Celt on the brink of death with his fallen sword and shield around him. His hair and moustache is typical of the Gallic warrior and the sculpture is said to provide a base of evidence of how the Celts may have fought in the nude, relying only in the armour of nature to protect them from harm.  This may have been a terrifying sight to some, seeing an army of immensely physically fit men of youth bearing nothing but arms. 

A favorite piece of mine i did in black chalk, >.<

"The Dying Gaul", an example of pathetic nudity (or arguably, heroic nudity), is a marble sculpture of a Celt on the brink of death with his fallen sword and shield around him. His hair and moustache is typical of the Gallic warrior and the sculpture is said to provide a base of evidence of how the Celts may have fought in the nude, relying only in the armour of nature to protect them from harm.  This may have been a terrifying sight to some, seeing an army of immensely physically fit men of youth bearing nothing but arms.