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Character Portrait: Bernadette Dubois Character Portrait: Yael Yahalom
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Bernadette watched as Yael walked over to her.

She looked down at the printed assignment. There wasn't much required on paper but she knew, of course, that the expectations were going to be extremely high. Professor Chaudhary was not easy to please. With it being a group project, Bernadette was not quite sure how to approach it. The two artist must be distinctly seen in the piece while also blending together.

She had been in a few art classes with Yael but couldn't quite remember what the other young woman preferred in terms of "artistic style."

Bernadette's art learned towards realism with the subject matters usually focusing on the human body. Like the Greeks, she found the human body fascinating and painting it was like a science, a cross between the creative and the logical. She loved painting undertones and bruises and veins and the translucency of skin.

"I paint hyperrealism," she said. "Usually the human body or military art."

"What is your style?"