Wednesday, August 27, 2008


excited pose


relax pose

devastation pose

this one is Kung fu style

balance pose

When posing a human body, it need to understand anatomy, the skeleton, and how they all tie together. Strong poses are one of the fundamental building blocks of animation. They're read well the instant they're viewed. If your poses are strong, the audience knows exactly what's happening and will understand your character's actions better. Also, a good pose is almost always balanced, giving your digital characters the distinct feeling of weight and life.pose clearly describes an attitude or emotion. You should be able to tell, from one static frame, whether the character is sad, happy, angry, shy, embarrassed, nervous, excited, or afraid.

important point to consider is the
weight of the character,
and Staging

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