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dynamic pose tutorial part 2
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Published: November 18, 2006
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well, this is part 2

the dynamic pose tutorial - in comic

that covers all of it, i will add more stuff bout dynamic poses if requested. for now, this is all.

enjoy!
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deadlyfly44's avatar
deadlyfly44|Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, I've had some constructive criticism given to me that told me that I need to work on my poses; they are all just stand-still.
I don't really want to learn how to make a fight scene but just to learn how to add some spice to my art to make them that much more exciting and/or scary/epic/whatever effect I'm aiming for.

If you want you can look at my art over DA or Twitter (ZaelTheFearedUB) and give me a private tutorial or guide (if its not complicated or w/e) but yeah, trying to make my poses (for concepts, stand-alone characters, groups, etc. more dynamic, and enticing.
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phikaphi's avatar
very cool! thanks for sharing.
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DotWork-Studio|Hobbyist Digital Artist
haha, no problem XD
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jpf1138's avatar
Thanks mate! Helped me out for the illustration at hand!
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DotWork-Studio|Hobbyist Digital Artist
lol thanks to you too :D
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Drachenschwinge's avatar
Thanks!
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SilverSomnium|Hobbyist Digital Artist
This helps so much, you have no idea. Thank you. ;v;
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Fluffy-Artist's avatar
Woah, you has like MAJOR skillets!!!!
Hopefully this will help my manga skillets (that are suck-ishXD) Can't wait to know what happens!!!
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LuVjA's avatar
Wow, this is awesome :D I'll definatly use it sometime..in my comic..which is mainly about schoolthings, but..who cares? :U lol
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KiraSaintclair|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That tutorial is great^^ It's truely helpful :)
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NoBuddy-else's avatar
Thank you, this will be of a great help! :nod: :rose:
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Kooroe|Hobbyist Digital Artist
This make me want to draw a comic!
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DotWork-Studio|Hobbyist Digital Artist
lol nothing is stopping you from doing so. XD

thanks!
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blue-yonder-skies's avatar
I fav'd the both of them-they're extremely helpful :D
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DotWork-Studio|Hobbyist Digital Artist
aww... thats really nice of ya, rly!

thank you!
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persistant|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
useful...
FAVED!!!
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x-hawkie-x's avatar
Ah!
This tutorial really helped out with everything. I was having trouble catching characters' expressions all the time, and I was getting so frustrated I was just about ready to throw down my pencil and give up for a while.

Thank you. d:
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DotWork-Studio|Hobbyist Digital Artist
hey, thanks to you too that i never knew it helped you and the others so much as well! keep practicing!
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fullcreamilk|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
LMFAO
revealing boobs = fanservice




i like that little footnote
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DotWork-Studio|Hobbyist Digital Artist
waww thanks! happy new year!
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smilie-terrorist's avatar
Awesome tutorial ^^
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missan's avatar
Wow, really great! I'm kind of planning a comic, now this is great timing with an action pose tutorial!
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twin-dragon|Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Another good thing for getting live action poses is to watch movies/plays with combat scenes and take notes.

I was in stage combat classes for a while, and one of the first things we learned when it came to choreographing fights was that large exaggerated movements 'sell' the fight.

And to be honest, the best place to see exaggerated combat moves are the asian films. Just go through the fight scenes in slower motion and take notes.
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