I’m Lydia, and I started this blog hoping to help other artists, hobby or professional, to broaden their understanding of both human and animal anatomy. I reblog helpful posts floating around Tumblr that get lost in the noise of our dashboards and likes.
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I’m a professional illustrator and I thought you or your readers might be interested in this:
I’m creating a new tool to help artists add more life to their poses. It’s called the Pose Drawing Sparkbook and it’s been doing very well on Kickstarter. It’s even featured as a “Popular” item in their “Publishing” category. Here’s the link: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cedrichohnstadt/pose-drawing-sparkbook-put-life-into-your-drawings
To promote the drawing I’m giving away a free download of 100 pose drawing ideas, no strings attached: http://www.cedricstudio.com/sparkbook/
Feel free to reblog this if you’d like. If not, no worries. Thanks for your time and have fun Tumbl’n!
This is really cool! Thank you very much for sharing.
These sites I find really helpful.
Some reference images like these are useful if you’re unable to find/join a life drawing class. Though I would highly recommend going to one:
Eadweard Muybridge photography is very helpful in understanding the body in movement.