Power and the exertion of power is such a complicated, intricate thing. Artists who try to have casual or familiar conversations with models during their pose violate that agreement. Artists who comment on a model's body or touch a model's body violate that agreement. Artists who move their own position in order to get a particular view of the model's body during a pose can violate that agreement. Artists who fail to look at certain parts of the model's body or, conversely, who look too much at only a limited portion of the model's body, violate that agreement. An artist that portrays a model's body in, for example, a more stereotypically ‘attractive’ way betrays their art by not having been fully engaged in the work of art production, but rather to have been engaged in something else entirely. The desire to own such pens obviously reveals something about a given individual and the society in which they live.