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    figures in motion

    could anyone direct me to a website they use/have used where there are some stick figures/figures/people in motion (running, jumping, fighting (fighting would be best)) that i can copy, i feel like i need to work on realistic fight scenes, i would have put this in my sketchbook but no one really goes there.


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    You Tube some martial arts footage, and pause at the moments you find cool, then draw.
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    Are you familiar with MMA (mixed martial arts)? Type it in google images or youtube, you're going to get absolutely tons of reference of different fighting styles.
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    It took me like three hours to finish the shading on your upper lip. It's probably the best drawing I've ever done.



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    thanks guys, this is really helpful

    Edit: fuck, i was watching some of the MMA footage, these guys take some serious hits. there is some guy called, kimbo slice i think, he beats this guy in like 2 hits then just pummels his head for like 10 sec before the ref stops him, pretty brutal. good to draw from though
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