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Thread: Figure drawing resources

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    Figure drawing resources

    The author of this blog has some good online resources...
    Some examples of what's available at the site....



    More here http://figure-drawings.blogspot.com/...e-anatomy.html
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    Wonderful link. Thanks for posting.

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    Looks good.

    http://fineart.sk/ has a lot of anatomy resources, as well as Andrew Loomis textbooks, as I keep repeating here.

    Anyone else knows about a good resource? (Except Poser or other 3D models, of course. Photographs or manuals, please.)

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    Renderotica is primarily known for relatively cheesy looking 3D porn and soft core bits. However, their store has a selection of 'Reference Pose' disks that are decently priced.

    Renderotica Reference Poses

    About ten bucks, for various models/sessions each with a variety of poses and angles.

    Virtual Pose is similar, but more upscale in it's artistic intent and also in price. Some of their earlier products are for sale at a decent rate though.

    They've converted photos from several angles into a single 'virtual reality' style Quicktime, which means you can 'turn' the model around until you get your preferred angle to sketch from.

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    Wasn't a few images from Virtual Pose included on a recent ImagineFX or Corel Painter Magazine cover disc?

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    A advice to fineart.sk. If you are in a book site you can see that the scanned book pages comes from a url like:
    http://fineart.sk/photos/creative/007.JPG
    If you iterate the JPG number in address bar (or a script )) you can easier download whole books.

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