Sitting Poses References
Kneeling and Sitting Stock Pack by KxharaSitting
Stock Pack 2 by KxharaSitting
Stock Pack 3 by KxharaSailor
Sitting 27 by SenshiStock
Tuxedo Jay Sitting 2 by SenshiStock
Sailor Team Sitting 3 by SenshiStock
Tuxedo Jay Sitting 3 by SenshiStock
Pose ref: sitting leaning forward turn around by Sinned-angel-stock
Pose ref: sitting cross legged turn around by Sinned-angel-stock
Pose ref: sitting turnaround by Sinned-angel-stock
—- And here are MY BRUSHES.
Whoa that was lengthy—but here’s the final.
Make the focal point in your picture the lightest area, use dark colors everywhere else, this will draw attention to the focal point and enhance it.
Wow everyone look at this- this is an amazing tablet, and I wish I had seen it before I just dropped $170 on a small intuos 5
This is called a Tursion Huion tablet- looks pretty simple right- kind of like a bamboo
here’s the thing. This tablet has 2024 levels of pressure- that is the equivalent to the pressure an intuos 5 currently has (retail price: $229 for the smallest)
You can get this lovely tablet for under $50 dollars on amazon
Only thing this beautiful table it lacking is a few simple buttons, but still, I mean, its drawing area is even bigger on average then most Wacom’s small tablets- and from the reviews ive seen on it people are very impressed….so just spreading the word around that Wacom isn’t the only one that is making good tablets- the more the company is spread perhaps they will come out with even better products that not only match up to Wacom, but are with in our price range for once!
You an buy one below at the link!
This is incredibly helpful for making walking sprites.
Just want to post this so I can share it with other people.
BTW this is tlly helpful for all walk cycles. It is in my text book.Heheh
Rad Sechrist is a storyboard artist at Dreamworks Animation and his blog is very helpful (X)
Thank you for this submission!
I was doing a bit of an anatomy study on my livestream and was asked to please post it.
- The crotch is the halfway point of the body from top of the head to bottom of the feet
- Shoulders to hips = hips to ankles
- Elbows rest at the waist line
- Wrists rest at the crotch line
- Shoulders and breasts/pecks should always be parallel, no matter what angle the shoulders are at
- With boob placement, keep in mind where the collar bone, ribs, and shoulders are. Breats have muscles that connect to the arm—hence why lifting an arm also lifts the breast corresponding with it.
- Feet are the same length as your elbow to wrist.
- There are two bones in the knee; the cap and a smaller one below it. You CAN see them and adding that subtle detail is a really nice touch!
- When drawing eyes, keep in mind that you should be able to fit the width of an eye between them
- The face is broken down into thirds; hairline to eyebrows, eyebrows to bottom of the nose, bottom of the nose to chin
- The halfway point of the head is at the eyeline
- The mouth is 1/3rd of the way from the bottom of the nose to the chin
- Ears are from the top of the eyes to the bottom of the nose
- When drawing a 3/4th view of the face, do NOT MAKE THE FURTHEST EYE SMALLER — the perspective is too small to be noticeable unless you are doing extremely accentuated/warped perspective. The eyebrows, top of the eyes, and bottom of the eyes should all be parallel regardless of the face’s angle. The only differences should be the widths; front eye should be wider than the further eye.
Knowing the rules to anatomy is important! Once you learn them, then you can break them. （ ≖‿≖）*