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    Free Art Pose

    Forgive me for making such a bland and helpless thread..

    But while I've searched on google endlessly I cannot seem to find some of the [better] free pose sites that exist..

    I've seen them posted here on CA.org..but for the life of me I cannot find them.

    Is there a sticky somewhere? If not, would you fine people mind sharing?

    Thanks!

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    Here you go: PoseSpace. Definitely sign up for their newsletter...they send plenty of free poses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffX99 View Post
    Here you go: PoseSpace. Definitely sign up for their newsletter...they send plenty of free poses.
    Thanks Jeff

    That was the one site I found, but I know there are more!

    The search continues!

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    Plenty there to draw. Not sure what more you need? DA has the occasional decent free ref in their stock photos/models section. There are plenty of other resources of course...most of which have copyright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffX99 View Post
    Plenty there to draw.
    Touche

    Thank You very much Arshes

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    Marcus J. Ranum on dArt - check out his rotational model uploads. I sure do hope he makes more of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by battlebattle View Post
    No. Just no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arenhaus View Post
    No. Just no.
    What wrong with posemanics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deepinonespersona View Post
    What wrong with posemanics?
    I've answered this once before...
    Quote Originally Posted by TinyBird View Post
    They are 3D models of questionable quality, not humans. Their muscles don't move or react no matter how they are posed, and you can't trust that they react in the same way as people (it's easy to put a 3D model into a slightly skewed pose that would be uncomfortable or impossible in real life), they have no weight in how they stand, they can be easily in off-balance etc etc. If you want to learn how to draw real people, draw real people.

    EDIT: In a photo, the actual models has had to contract, flex and move their muscles (at least that long that the photo has been taken).
    http://photo-reference-for-comic-art...rBy/chronology
    http://artsyposes.com/
    http://fineart.sk/


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