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Lackadaisy Poses
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Published: May 30, 2013
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Just some notes about drawing poses in response to a tumblr question - posting in case there's something here that's useful to someone.

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Crusader1265|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
On the last paragraph I kept erasing and redrawing it til I get it as close to perfect as I can for the time being and then I look at what's wrong and try to redraw it again. I have a hard time giving up on a picture but at least for me it helps me find major flaws in my drawing. I can look at other pictures of similar poses and whatnot and see what they did differently. This page will help a lot, thanks for posting it.
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Tangent-R|Hobbyist Digital Artist
The last paragraph is always one of my biggest roadblocks.  Instead of starting over when I think something isn't working I force myself to 'fix' it because it has to be perfect and I feel obligated to 'get it right the first time'.  On the rare events that I actually do give up and start over or try a different pose, etc. it does come out much better successive tries after.
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And then, I sat on the couch staring jaw dropped for 5 full hours on this image
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Ivy: Keeping up with the trends for the past hundred years!
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AlexandraAlex|Student Filmographer
hey if u don't mind, i am really interested in outfits evolution over centuries!! my favorite are 18 century outfits & the seventies. but it seems you have included more outfits between them. so are they from 18 century till the late 1990s? & i realise there are 2 outfits that looks the same!! are they different timeline or the same?
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k8eroseg|Hobbyist General Artist
Ooh I love the drawings of Ivy in different period outfits!
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jdbee|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Me too - I was imagining them as Ivy's daughter, granddaughter and g'granddaughter ^_^
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SamWallaceArtisan|Student General Artist
The point about the line of action is new to me (self-taught here), it never occurred to me to actually sketch a extra-anatomical line of the action flow like that. I'm gonna' just bookmark this
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smolroll|Hobbyist Digital Artist
When I make stick figure for my poses, I have trouble with adding the details and stuff a bit..
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thank you very much for the tutorial
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aevrynn|Hobbyist General Artist
What is he going to hit with that shovel? ...because that most certainly does not look like digging.
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his golfing....with someone's head
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aevrynn|Hobbyist General Artist
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love youHeart 
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Azurewhiterose|Student Digital Artist
Very helpful. ;u; Thank you for sharing. 
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CelestiaICutie|Hobbyist Digital Artist
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goldendoodledog|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Do you scan your drawings, or take pictures?
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BohemianFlower|Hobbyist Digital Artist
would love to see a bigger picture of the kitties to color they are just SO CUTE!
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ToddNTheShiningSword|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Somebody colored some of these. They gave credit, and I assume they had permission?
Ivy Pepper (1900 -1950)
Of course, that's not the same!
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Love your comicsLove 
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ArtificialCabbageEdited |Hobbyist Digital Artist
Holy magical flying cow! This is very helpful, thank you! 
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VivanSolem|Student General Artist
This is helpful. :)
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TheHetalianCowgirl|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very adorable sketches at the end of your tutorial! I find it cute how you incorporated different clothing from different time periods, for example the roaring 20's flapper girl and bell bottom pants which were popular in the 70's. Very cute indeed!
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