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Title: Templates for body poses
Post by: Rokkuman on March 31, 2005, 02:22:51 AM
Here's some poses I did by pen and paper. Basically, I'd like to know if they look believable, what could be worked on, or if there are any elements to the templates I should add to define the final product a bit more.

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v285/RockumanZ/scan0003.jpg)

As a sidenote, the ones with arrows on some of them are supposed to signify the general direction of the pose, and the bottom-left thing is trash. Ignore it. =]

Here's a description of the poses, left to right, top to bottom.

1. A Chun Li, SF3 Kikouken-esque pose. Basically just tried to make the stance look 'powerful'

2. Simple hand-on-hip standing pose.

3. Fighting stance, meant to be angled towards the camera some.

*next row*

1. Ignore that

2. Crossed arms pose. The hands don't meet the arms in this one very well.

3. I dunno... the heck was I doing here?

4. Was supposed to be a jumping, sidekick angled towards the camera some.

All feedback is appreciated. Thank you. =]


Title: Templates for body poses
Post by: Diroga on March 31, 2005, 02:48:08 AM
the first one's left leg looks hyper extended.


Title: Templates for body poses
Post by: adosorken on March 31, 2005, 01:36:23 PM
Not bad, but a couple of them look rather stiff. Try to think of the intensity or excitement such a pose would come with, and draw quickly to capture that emotion. Your frameworks, and then the image itself which is drawn over it, will look much more life-like and believable. :D