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    Love the site, and thanks for pointing out Ryan's book, great stuff!


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    What a wicked site! Squee! Thanks dude

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    Nice site Verx. Added to Fig ref folder.
    Learning to see

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    @Kapri
    I considered that option a couple of times but I always felt people should just draw the pose regardless of preference.

    @ARshes_nei
    Ryan's work is amazing.

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    You are welcome !

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    Thx man !

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    SWEET baby jezus! Study material!

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    The site is great Verx! I really like the challenge section as well. Definitely gonna add it to the daily grind and work my way to that certificate!

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    I was looking for something like this that wasn't posemaniacs. This should do it. Bookmarked. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verx View Post

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    Ryan's work is amazing.
    Indeed. I ended up buying the PDF copy of his Gesture book. Thank you.

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    this is ... awesome!!!!
    thanks!!! bookmarked.
    good site, better than the other pose generators.

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    I hate you, Verx. Now I have to get the book.

    Btw, does the book has any notes on construction and anatomy?

    Also, I see this is "Vol. 3", and I search around but there's no "Vol. 1" or "Vol 2".

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    @Redystra
    Hehe

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    Good luck !

    @jFierce
    You're weclome !

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    Thx, I hope you enjoy the site !

    @Xeon_OND
    It focusing more on figurative gesture drawing than anatomy.
    I couldn't find vol 1 or 2 either. I think it might be just one book but updated a third time.

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    Nice and clean and with a bunch of "nether seen before" pictures ^^ Thank you !
    Bty the way :

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    Small bit of feedback: would be even better if there was a way to manually skip to the next or previous pic.
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    @Kapri
    I considered that option a couple of times but I always felt people should just draw the pose regardless of preference.
    I agree with you but in my opinion, as the owner of a website (even if it's free) you should consider what people want more than what you think people need ^^

    For the certificate thing, it can be a psychological motivation for some, so why not.

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    @Theotenai

    Thx for the feedback. I'm think about it one more time. Maybe a skip pose button would be a handy function.

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    Very awesome website. Thanks so much for making it!

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