You can see the first set of images that we took in the post, Jessica and Gray Paint. You can read the story behind that shoot in that blog post. You can see from the first image that I basically hung a piece of plexiglass from a grip arm with clamps. We painted the acrylic sheet and photographed Jessica behind it.
This was shot with two gridded strip boxes, one for her and one for the paint. There’s a reflector behind her to fill in the shadows a little. It’s a little challenging. I was limited in terms of using angles for lots of reasons: reflections, superimposing the paint over her body, the small size of the plexiglass, and the narrow backdrop. Jessica has a very limited range of movement as well, but she used the available space well.