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Someone linked an awesome site with a chrono and tons of photos but I can't recall who and where, it wasn't posemaniacs, was more or less the same anyway, but with photos.
I'm not really in to finding that particular website, any resource of similar quality is really welcome.
Was it quickposes (the one on the bar up top)? http://www.quickposes.com/ There used to be a few of them but I think they might be defunct now.
Edit: Looks like these two are still around: http://www.posespace.com/ http://artists.pixelovely.com/practi...igure-drawing/
Not sure if I feel familiar with the interfaces, but anyway that will suffice (it doesn't matter if it's the same site, really) thanks a lot @dierat.
I wish there was some site like that for portraits. With a reasonable amount of different models and, above all, good, simple lighting/shadows. It's such a pain to find good refs for portraiture, all photographers in the world seem intent on eliminating all kinds of shadows on the models' faces by using as many strobes from as many directions as possible :/
@Benedikt, well, a bit off topic, but it's an interesting subject I've been silent about by some time, taste in photos is mostly terrible these days, if I wanted to do nudes, I was forced to do softcore, until I found better references. People into comic and CA, specially teachers, seems to care less about portraits than anatomy or dynamics (maybe I'm wrong) so, we have less demand.
Grinnikend door het leven...
True. I mean dA-Artsy-stock photography though, photographers who produce stuff mainly for your typical dA-photo-manip and that sort of thing. Some specifically want to produce references for artists and still go all crazy with the strobes :/
Thanks to everyone who brought these sites to my attention. I was in desperate need of resources like these for my own work/study. I'm having a good time with these.
Last edited by flyinghigher; January 24th, 2014 at 07:26 PM.