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Sketches from Pose Maniacs' Random Pose viewer: [link]

I like the last two, they look like they're introducing some big theatre production.

You're welcome to use these as references, but please don't copy them into anything.

More: [link]
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...with a little Star Trek on the side. (I chose races that didn't change the outline of the bodies... except for the Vorta, but I'm hoping you can figure out where human ears go.)

More sketches from Pose Maniacs: [link]

You're welcome to use these as references, but please don't copy them into anything.

First: [link]
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More quick sketchy anatomuuuu practice... :iconimdeadplz: I actually drew a few more females this time...

Anyway some poses are from pose maniacs and some are made up...I am sure you can tell which is which lol! :dummy: ...and if you can't....:iconexcellentplz:
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EDIT- PLEASE READ: Many have you asked where I got the references for the poses. Some of them are original but most of them are from [link] . I didn't originally credit back to the site because it is a site which collects stock photos, so it wouldn't do the original artists much justice. If you recognize any of your poses, please comment below and let me know (I have a good memory of the ones I used). In any case .. I don't have enough confidence in my art ability to do a female version, sorry.

List of stock artists who helped:
- *DaeStock


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... The amount of practice I did in a span of two days.

Anyway, I suppose you guys can use this as reference if you /want/ ... but I wouldn't really recommend it because I am not too sure on my anatomy, tbh.

Should I do a female version? y/n?

Off to practice some more!

Faces:
Pose ref:
Body types:
Uniforms:
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I'll get there...one day...

All drawn at work in my sketch book ;D

Some quick anatomu stuff :icondeyedplz:
Few were referenced from pose maniacs. That site is awesome if you wanna practise male and female anatomy and poses! :D

I seem to only draw one body type...:iconimthinkingplz: very very skinny musclely guys...OTL

I need VARIETY! AMG! :iconamgplz:
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Full length figure studies. If I can get away with it, I usually just avoid drawing legs or find some means to cover them up. I'm very guilty of that ^^; Hope I get used to them eventually.



References (C) =vishstudio
Texture (C) ~bashcorpo
Artwork (C) Steph 2012
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Some arms desuuuuuu...:icondeyedplz:

Muscly man arms that is! I need to draw more feminine arms >.> I draw arms a lot don't I?


Just mentioning the red outlined drawing aren't muscle structure, they are just the shapes I use to plan the arm. Like I said in my other tips sheets, dividing anatomy up into shapes makes it much easier to draw consistently ;) Using a reference doesn't hurt either. Studying from real life is the best way to set a foundation for anatomy, then simplifying it into what ever style you like.

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I am touching up on a few things :) Specially the lifting arms part..


More tips? yes?

Like I always say dividing stuff up always makes it easier to remember. Do it piece by piece. Learn the basic shapes then when you are comfortable go to the next level and learn how the muscles join. Then all the fiddly bits. Always good to have an anatomy book with you and also draw from real life and photographs so you can see variance in the human form.

I only drew one body type here though it will still have the foundation for any body type. This one I use in particular...well because I like drawing it :iconteheplz: and also it shows all the muscle structures XD

Practice practice practice :'D

I am having weird urges to start a fan service series...:icondatassplz:...again....

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Not exactly a full tutorial but this is pretty much the gist of it. Only leave the important lines or the ones that suggest shape depending on how much you want to simplify it.

This really depends on how realistic you want to draw. I recommend learning anatomy then simplifying just so you know how all the muscles, joints work etc. This will give you a better understanding of making poses and anatomy look more convincing.

Hope this is helpful ;)


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Don't get to draw them often so it might be good to do some detailed studies. I think I'm used to drawing feet. Those are my bane.

Ahhhh~ why "human anatomy" have to be in traditional category only? =_=;

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Artwork (C) Steph 2012
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