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    Action figures as a reference for drawing?

    Anyone ever use an action figure for a model?

    I bought the male and female Art S. Buck anatomical models a week or so ago(and they are pretty sweet), but I've been thinking about toys as models.
    Today's action figures are very detailed and articulated.

    An extreme example of this is this Spiderman:
    Action figures as a reference for drawing?

    18" tall, 67 points of articulation. Fingers fully articulated too!

    I'm thinking about buying that thing as a "super hero" reference.


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    Spiderman Thread

    take a look at that thread. that will answer your question.

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    Ah, I see. hehe

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