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    Post Life Drawing Tool: Clothing

    Just found this site, it's pretty useful. Basically, you move your mouse over pictures of people and their clothes slowly disappear, move the mouse away, and they come back. Particularly helpful for understanding how fabric drapes over the body, and there's a good range of different body and clothing types.

    http://www.naked-people.de/

    Hope someone finds this helpful, but bear in mind, this may be NSFW.




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    I think I would prefer a slider to manually undress them, so I can pause inbetween - but an interesting tool nonetheless!
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    Have to agree about the slider bit, or some sort of control device, but it's definitely a good site to know. Very helpful for learning how fabric sits on form, with a "correct" answer available. This should make clothing studies a little more interesting/rewarding..

    Thanks for sharing!

    By the way, for all curious, it looks like they have 35 clothed/nude pictures up right now? A young site still, but you can still get several hours of practice out of those 35.

    edit: I just realized--they also have the age and profession of all models listed by their picture!

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    The slider is rather unresponsive and sluggish for my taste, but other than that is a really cool site.

    The same thing but with Turn -arounds would be neat.

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    That's a great idea. Wish they had dynamic poses though.

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    ooooh I remember seeing this site way back. I totally forgot about it. ha.

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