If animation is a series of drawings rapidly appearing before our eyes creating a persistence of vision; it can be said then that what lies between each individual work of art is the driving force. Tweening is the official term used by animators to describe this transition. The content often left unseen is the most honest and revealing aspect in every piece of art. It is the raw form, if you will.
So as it goes, when you strip anything down to it's core the intricacies of it's being become beautifully evident. Everything is visible, every blemish, and every wonderful feature for the eyes to behold.
Now days it is a rare occasion to see a woman without some type of nail polish on her feet. It's fair to say if the toes can be seen then they are painted. Some women find modesty in going all natural but the modesty usually also translates into shoes, hiding the feet altogether or unappealing sandals.
If a woman's feet are personal, or even a gateway to her personality, then all natural toes are a glimpse into her soul. Personally speaking, I love seeing a woman relax, strip the polish off and let her true self show. I've always loved the polish free visual just as much as the contrary, sometimes more.
My wife loves to go bare foot. She would literally go bare foot everywhere if she could. This keeps me on her toes, all pun intended. As a result, her soles stay ready for attention as well. One of the most satisfying parts of our marriage is being able to enjoy her sometimes, just her, not the make up or the polish but rather her all natural beauty in its most raw form, tweening for my privileged eyes, in between the toeful art.