Your adoration of the human body, or at least comprehensive understanding of anatomy, is immediately obvious through the spiraling patterns you use. It's an abstract fusion of mathematics and sensation. I adore it.
This is perhaps the most beautiful thing anyone has ever said about my style of drawing, and I don’t have the words to express my thanks.
That my style turned out so mathematical and geometric is a constant source of amusement to me. I have always loathed mathematics because of a minor learning difficulty known as dyscalculia; sort of an offshoot of dyslexia. Perhaps these patterns are my way of expressing my appreciation for the rhythms of mathematics in my own way. I find patterns and interconnected objects very moving. Music, gears, planetary movements, physical and chemical laws, human language, the human body. I may not have been good at expressing those transcendent ideas with numbers (who could, the way math is generally thrown to the calculators?) but I reach for them in my art, it seems.