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「【ポーズ/足】ブーツ」/「みずのえ」のイラスト [pixiv]                                                                                                                                                      もっと見る

「【ポーズ/足】ブーツ」/「みずのえ」のイラスト [pixiv] もっと見る

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Different ways to hang your sword. This serves as great reference material when designing weapons for characters.

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How to Draw - Study: A Guide to Heels for Comic / Manga Panel Design Reference. Although I'm not a fan of high heels myself, this is an interesting reference for drawing the correct heel position when designing female characters.

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grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - WATCH YOUR BACK! A reminder to not forget the large muscle groups in the back. They add structure and clearly influence the silhouette in different positions. Of course, I used a very muscular character to show more.

Little warrior character sketch of boy by Andrei Riabovitchev

The bottom drawings is how I would picture the boy, just with a staff in his hand instead of a sword and maybe a hood

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