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    Form frequency and assessment .

    So I had few people asking me what I mean when I say "form frequency" so I decided to put together these notes to hopefully add more clarity to the term as well as how to better analyze and implements the subtleties of plane change in your subjects. you can grab the high rez here http://imageshack.us/f/593/fornfrequency.jpg/

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    Nice! i've never heard anyone put it this way! i have trouble drawing female and kids because of the "low form frequency". Usually when people as why can't i draw them ,i dunno know to put so i'd say they're too "smoooth"! haha. now i can give a "name" to my little problem...

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    hehe glad this helped. The point of the notes ultimatly are to get you thinking about these kinds of soft and transitional planes /forms so that later on when your designing you know what to aim for and where to really put your emphasis I myself struggled for years trying to understand why certain soft toned physiques were more appealing vs some ripped body builder.

    This personal finding allowed me to really notice what was really taking place inside soft toned anatomy and why naturalistic forms are so appealing. I find that through analysis i can better understand my subject and my own decision making in both interpretation and application.

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