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Redline W10 - sync-o by DarlingMionette Redline W10 - sync-o by DarlingMionette
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What is this? A redline is when one artist draws over another artist's work as a teaching tool to point out mistakes and give advice. These redlines were solicited by the original redline owner as a way of learning - and were given freely, no credit required. If you are interested in getting a redline, check out my weekly redline journal (usually posted on friday) to sign up! Rules are listed there.

I hope other artists are able to glean useful information out of this :3
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Nuggalo Sep 30, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
gosh, I can't tell you how much I appreciate this input! This helps me a lot with my poses, as, I'm trying to create more dynamic ones. Thank you so much!! I really appreciate this, you have no idea!
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DarlingMionette Sep 30, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
aww you're so very welcome :3
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Ephemeral-Insanity Sep 29, 2012  Student Digital Artist
ooh! this was very useful! I will keep it in mind when I try one of those poses! and what would you recommend whenever Gravity or a external force plays a roll?....For example when a person falls from the sky? or when its pushed or punched? I have problems discovering the positions there.
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DarlingMionette Sep 30, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
with falling, just remember the pose is going to be buffeted by wind - so certain poses (especially regarding arms/legs and the control thereof) will be much more difficult. With punching, pick a point on the body where the person is hit, and just remember that that point is going to be moving in the direction the punch throws it, the rest of the body will fold around that point. For instance, if a person is punched in the head, the head would move back along with the punch, and the rest of the body would have to compensate for balance... if a person is punched to the stomach, the body will scrunch forward over the impact point as a reaction to pain... it's our natural instinct to protect our selves :3
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