By Rebekah Jampole
Arizona Daily Wildcat
September 16, 2002
Sophomore talks about the art of naked people, and what she would do without eyebrows.
WILDCAT: What exactly do you do in studio art?
ACHTON: I'm taking a drawing class right now. I think I want to switch to photography, actually though.
WILDCAT: Do you ever have to draw naked people?
WILDCAT: Do you ever have to draw weird people, you know, the ones who totally love to be naked?
ACHTON: They're all professional models ÷ they do it for a job.
WILDCAT: Did you feel uncomfortable the first time you had to draw a naked person? Were you like, "Where do I put my eyes?"
ACHTON: The first time actually wasn't that bad. The second time we had a guy model; it was a little bit weird.
WILDCAT: Where are you walking to now?
ACHTON: We're walking to the art building to paint.
WILDCAT: Fun! Do you ever finger paint?
ACHTON: Sometimes. We usually use brushes, though.
WILDCAT: So, in art, it really doesn't matter if you go out of the lines, right?
WILDCAT: Do you ever do paint by numbers?
WILDCAT: So, if you had to shave off all of your eyebrows ·
ACHTON: All of them, I have like 20.
WILDCAT: Or, if all of your eyebrows fell off, would you draw them on with a pencil, stick them on or have them surgically implanted?
ACHTON: Probably get them implanted.
ACHTON: I think so.
WILDCAT: What if they did them wrong, all Ronald McDonald style?
ACHTON: I guess I would get them pulled again, and just not have eyebrows.