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theimportantfile:

I’ve been wanting to bring some fighting and weapon swinging into my daily pose drawing, so today I trawled my links and puttered around deviantArt to find some reference.  

SenshiStock - Fights and Fighting Pose Reference — exactly what it says on the tin, plus SenshiStock is a deviantArt stock photo institution ifn ur askin me
kristinkk — professional-looking photographs, plus several interesting models; it’s not every day I get to see a ton of cool photos of female bodybuilders
syccas-stock - Warriors - also exactly what it says on the tin.  well-organized, good quality.
Random-Acts-Stock - Art poses stock - sword fighting stuff, as well as a ton of other stuff in the rest of their gallery

images used are credited in that ^^ order

kada-bura:

Practicing hands on hips because yO THATS WEIRDLY HARD TO DRAW FOR ME

kada-bura:

Practicing hands on hips because yO THATS WEIRDLY HARD TO DRAW FOR ME

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mikikoponczeck:

Endling needed some pose references for sketching, so we took a few pictures. :3 Feel free to use for practice etc. (no commercial use please)

Part 1 of 2. 

Part 2 is here.

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morbi:

sweetappletea:

blyujay:

yeah man this is the tough thing about height but its funny that PEOPLE DONT EVEN NOTICE THOSE TINY DETAILS in comic art

Oh man bless this post, height differences in art is a big pain and this is incredibly helpful.

Good.

morbi:

sweetappletea:

blyujay:

yeah man this is the tough thing about height but its funny that PEOPLE DONT EVEN NOTICE THOSE TINY DETAILS in comic art

Oh man bless this post, height differences in art is a big pain and this is incredibly helpful.

Good.

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worldofstuckcraft:

samuraioctopus:

tmirai:

whinecraft:

ive been asked a few times how i draw back-views, especially for character sheets so i wanted to share a little trick I learned a while back that’s really really helpful especially if you’re used to drawing things from the front and need help getting the proportions right from the back view.

You don’t ALWAYS have to do this the way that I do; The only reason I put effort into the front view is because this is going to be a character sheet and I need the front view to be fleshed out.

But alternatively; Just sketch out a sillhouette, then fill it in on a higher layer. 

Sorry if someones already done this before im just answering a frequently asked question ;w;

Oh hey this is really helpful thanks! :D

THANK U WHINECRAFT

YOOOOOOOOO.
THAT’S MEGA FUCKIN’ BOSS HELPFUL.

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Digital posing tools for iPhone and Android

Have you heard of two iPhone apps called “Pose Tool” and “Handy” ?

Pose Tool lets you pose a male or female figure, light it, see muscle groups, change body types, and position your camera. It’s good on the fly app for anyone who wants to pose their reference or change perspective.

Handy is a library of high quality hands and has faces, male and female. This is great for complicated hand positions and also has a pretty robust lighting system. I just thought I’d let you all know. 


POSE TOOL


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HANDY


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z-raid:

haxorkitty:

References I found and use for doodling- 

Hopefully you all like?

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