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Sitting Stock Pack 3 by RobynRose Sitting Stock Pack 3 by RobynRose
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Filling a suggestion submitted a long time ago. Sitting / leaning against a wall. Contemplating or feeling alone.
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Note: Due to harassment on my previous stock pack, comments on this pack have been disabled.

When commenting, I really only have one rule. Don't comment on my body. Don't call me pretty. Don't call me beautiful. Don't call me sexy. Don't call me ugly. Don't call me thin/fat/perfect/horrible/whatever you think I am.

I have enabled critiques of this deviation for those who wish to give me well-thought feedback. (though I still discourage comments about my body / looks, my photography, lighting and general usefulness of the images are fair game)
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I think it's also important to make a point of my stomach in those pictures. I don't photoshop my images. Those rolls are really there, even on a skinny person. I am also not "sucking in my gut" and trying to pose for these photos, because in-character, why would you? A character who is alone doesn't need to pose for anyone. They are relaxed and hold their body as they would want. With a pose like this, women's bodies are often photoshopped to look smooth giving viewers the impression that this is how it should be, when that is not necessarily true. This is real life you are looking at, and I wouldn't have it any other way.
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Your Question: AnsweredCURRENT SUGGESTION LIST
- Hand stock with gloves
- looking over the should turning degrees
- Stock photos on a bike
- climbing up a ladder
- expressions with the eyes closed
- poses with arrows and a quiver
- dramatic lighting with facial expressions
- Throwing poses (pokeball)
- Sleeping photos with pillows and blankets
- leaning against a wall, various poses
- Guns / holding a gun
- Let's draw falling from the front
- left-handed archery
- sitting / kneeling poses
- twin light sources
- slouched over a desk
- kneeling / crouching
- perspective from below, running, kicking, leaning casually
- unarmed combat
- crossbow
- Swinging on a swing (with a flat seat, not a round seat)
- Floating poses, but with a sword / staff / shield like an guardian or archangel.
- boxing
* casual poses, walking, eating, talking, passing http://fav.me/d2g5dpt
- Presenting something ala Vanna in Wheel of Fortune (low, medium and high)
- hands, feet, gun poses
- Emotions from different angles
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:iconalteredaspect:
I'm finding these helpful, though I'm wondering if perhaps in the future you could include multiple camera angles of the same pose?

I imagine you're by yourself, using the camera on a timer, so it would be easier said than done, but having different angles, both horizontal and vertical, would be great reference for foreshortening and seeing the pose in different contexts.

Take the bottom middle two poses for example. The difficulty between drawing those images is relatively small; if you can draw the head in different angles, then you can draw those two poses. But just taking that first one and providing a floor level shot, a head-level, a 45-down, a direct vertical, then a range of horizontal angles as well, I think you would add more value to prospective artists, because that is the seriously tricky stuff to get right.

Again, easier said than done if you're working alone, but if you can get someone to take the shots for you, then your stocks will be invaluable.

Thanks for your works; they're great help.
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I love the fluidity that occurs between each photo. It gives the set an almost stop-action feel and an illusion of movement. The facial expressions are believable and accurate to the feelings you were requested to convey, I especially enjoy the first eight, where the facial changes are most chronological, and you can see your face go from a kind of sad smile, to an all out despaired hiding. The variety displayed also gives someone a lot to choose from.
I do, however agree with AlteredAspect that more angles would be nice, but as they said, easier said than done.

All together this is a very nice stock group, which is to be expected from what I have seen of your gallery in the past.
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