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    sites with female models poses?

    Can anybody recommend a site with female models in all different types of poses? Well, specifically, I'm looking for models in bikini-style poses but the more variety the better.

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    DeviantArt stock galleries (one of the few things they do right)
    Character Designs.com
    Pin Up Girl Clothing.com

    That should be enough to get you started.

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    Thanks! I'll take a look.

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    Any good sites for male poses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TASmith View Post
    Any good sites for male poses?
    Not nearly as much, as you'd expect. There's some decent stuff in the deviantART stock galleries although you might have to dig a bit for it. There's also some stuff on the Character Design site, although again not nearly as many as female. Aside from that, there's this site I found a while back. You might find some decent stuff there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TASmith View Post
    Any good sites for male poses?
    http://www.posespace.com/posetool/default.aspx

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    i like suicidegirls.com, it's not free though. But there are preview galleries all over the web.

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    suicidegirls sounds very dodgy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultimatum View Post
    suicidegirls sounds very dodgy.
    Basically a pinup/nudie site but with more punky/tattooed/pierced/occasionally heavier than a twig girls. I've got some of their stuff in my ref folders, it's not bad for the most part. I get more use out of the dA stock galleries, honestly.

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    The trouble with male reference is that almost all that you find is just a picture of the upper body. Kinda useless for studying the body or reference...

    Also, there's allready a sticky thread for this stuff in the references forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobbA View Post
    The trouble with male reference is that almost all that you find is just a picture of the upper body. Kinda useless for studying the body or reference...

    Also, there's allready a sticky thread for this stuff in the references forum.
    There are plenty full figure here http://www.photo-reference-for-comic...index.php?id=3

    But most of the clothes and poses are pretty useless.

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