Hey there, I came across your anatomy poses and I was wondering if I am allowed to use your pictures as an image collage and reference for my current school assignment. I am studying the Art of Game Creation in College and I need to make a collage of images regarding the human anatomy so I can study it. I will make a reference to your work and deviantart account, not only because I MUST do that for the assignment but also because I think I should make the references and get approval. It's not nice to randomly steal some else's art.
The-Kawaii-ArtistFeatured By OwnerNov 21, 2014Hobbyist Traditional Artist
awesome! thank you so much for submiting these sketches for everyone! i hope you don't mind, but can i use one of these sketches for my commission examples? i'll give you credit in all of the examples!
Amazing work. Actually, I am using this as reference for all my drawing lately and I recently noticed something:
About the space between legs, the "crotch" I think it's called (I don't know how it's called in english). Is it normal that some models have it wider and others have it streched vertically. Is that normal?
I don't know if i'm expliaining myself, i don't even know if you answer comments anymore!!
Anyways, yo got my fave! Hope i get your respons soon!
Hello, It depends on pelvis width. Young woman have short pelvises, mature - wider. It also changes after a labor, during pregnancy. so basically it's different for children, teens and adults. Models in fashion usually have short pelvises because fashion creators are looking usually for more masculinum bodies; no boobs, short pelvises, no fat (fat is usually a woman domain/or supposed to be). Why do they choose this type of the body? - I have no idea
You freckin rock!!! All of these anatomy sheets are freckin amazing!!!!! You inspire me to make more dynamic poses and help me learn a few things I was missing from my male anatomy. You did a damn good job! Bravo!