Judith's body is incredible to work with. The way she moves her body and seemingly falls into a pose is very elegant and quite pretty. It appears to be very natural for her to simply take on a classic contrapposto position. This makes her seem all at once dynamic and peacefully harmonious, as the standing weight is on one foot, while the upper body is twisted off axis, and relaxed in appearance. She is both balanced and harmonious, and tended to gently close her eyes while in this position so that there was always the suggestion of a calm and relaxed state of mind. Judith is also a dancer, so her form is very toned and tight. Her limbs and torso are long, and this combined with the tone of her muscles, brought tension and depth to the piece which contributed to the dynamic feel.