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    Unhappy Posture for character

    I like character design but sometimes i do not know what posture should i draw for the figure . Usually i draw my figure standing , i know there are many fancy posture than standing .Any idea ....
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    I think drawing in a pose that you're comfortable with is best, but eventually your entire sketchbook looks the same because you get so used to a certain pose that all the characters are in it -- and that just looks stupid.

    Consider drafting a text description of your character -- what do they do, where do they live, how do they function, what kinds of weapons might they use, etc -- and with that information, do a few gestures related to the character as an individual instead of putting them in a canned position.
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