Coming up with interesting, accurate poses for your characters can be difficult. Either they all end up looking the same, or the poses just don't look right. Drawing from a reference is a great way to practice this. Luckily, there are lots of amazing resources available to help you out, both here on DeviantArt and one the big bad WWW. I've listed the ones I know here, so you don't have to do the digging.
- I've picked resources that focus on poses, not on anatomy. This means that the drawn pose references listed here are not necessarily anatomically correct. Though the two are definitely related, to me they're not necessarily the same thing.
this is so popular wowie .-.
EDIT:// There have been some questions about this and I thought I'll make a Q&A for them so that you won't have to ask me all these things over and I don't have to answer the same questions all the time haha
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ok Idk how Flash works and these would make too big of a file so I'll post it like this for now:
What program did you use?
I use Photoshop Cs5
What are your brush settings?
For this I had the most common brush '30' (not the airbrush one), combined with the brush '45'
Can this be used on SAI?
I can't use SAI because I have a Mac, so the brushes a