Oh boy, I want to avoid this because I am bad at explaining. I decided not to! Well, I do have some tips on poses. I don’t consider myself that good because my anatomy can be sometimes incorrect and correct. I will post some random poses drawing I did as examples!
I prefer to do basic poses depending on the characters personality! They are nothing special because the pose look so simple. Gesture poses counts as simple!
Here comes my favorite thing to draw. If you like to make your characters do something wild and crazy like they are having fun. Dynamic poses you will have to draw them out. Honestly they are not too hard to do. My advice for drawing like this I usually read comics, mangas, watch anime, play fighting games and video games. I use those reference there. There are few series i am inspired that make dynamic pose so simple and easy was either my hero academia or one punch man. As for fighting games they have concept art of characters fighting style on what moves they will have. Super smash brothers push their characters more dynamic. That helps me a lot. I have seen some people take pics of the game to draw out the pose they capture it on the right moment!
Now here comes the fun part. MONSTERS! I am going to use Darkstalkers characters as in monster pose. Monsters poses can be ridiculously fun to draw plus their anatomy are exaggerated. To be frank monsters are my favorite thing to draw because I feel free to do ‘em whatever i want to do with poses I come up with. The reason I put this one up because monster pose are pretty fun!
I highly recommend looking up poses of real life people photos and pose gesture guidebook. They are super helpful!
Here is a lil fact I have a big memory on how to draw poses very well. Sometimes I don’t use reference to know what pose i should draw. It comes to me. I know it is odd. Sketching poses really quick makes it easier for me!
I was in French and these zombies appeared in my dormitory when the night fell. Annoyed – not wanting to have my family be bitten by them, I asked the zombies to pose until morning came that one of them reverted to human by the time I took their eccentric picture.
More practice. How far can I go in basically a few hours. Also fun with cel shading.
So, I like Hsien-Ko. And I want to try some kind of weird pose. So here we are. Practice practice practice and all that business. Less focus on the breasts and the hips and way more the pose and the colors. No idea if this is working but any work output is valuable.
We’re fixing bugs like crazy and some of them were sky/weather bugs. Here is a look at the pine forest after it was fixed, which looks freaking awesome. Expect a patch later today barring any showstopping bugs. The last image is a t-posed HD zombie Joey just finished which will appear in A13.
Lily James of ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ poses for a portrait at
the Getty Images Portrait Studio Powered By Samsung Galaxy At Comic-Con
International 2015 at Hard Rock Hotel San Diego on July 11, 2015 in San
Book Review : Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame Smith
: Everyone in the book seems pretty much the same from the original
version of Pride and Prejudice, as far as I know. Elizabeth was QUITE
intense as a warrior. Mr Darcy seems the same as well with the added
twist of being a zombie slayer too. I was pretty much okay with
Plot : I love the addition of the zombies because it
added extra interest for me to pick this book up. It was literally Pride
and Prejudice with an added hint of zombies, that’s really all there is
to say. I loved how the Bennet girls were known and respected as the protectors of their village.
Thoughts : This book was pretty interesting but, I did
find it a bit slow. I think it was mostly because of the text and how
sophisticated the language was compared to what I’m used to breezing
through. The zombies posed a threat in the book but it wasn’t all about them. It definitely added a little something extra to a classic tale.
Actor Douglas Booth of ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies poses for a portrait at the Getty Images Portrait Studio Powered By Samsung Galaxy At Comic-Con International 2015 at Hard Rock Hotel San Diego on July 11, 2015 in San Diego, California