The techniques involve a combination of a lot of different concepts.
The most important aspects of the technique are:
The drawing should look like it’s been carefully and painstakingly drawn, with a lot of attention to detail, or it “looks fake.”
You need to make sure that the drawing comes from the perspective of the character in a way that is accurate, consistent, and believable.
So how do we draw a character that is in a pose without actually sitting down?
The first way is to put the character into a pose as realistically as possible, focusing on the details of the pose. However, we know from the experience of over 400 animators that this can be difficult. To draw a character in a realistic-looking pose takes a lot of practice. To help you out, here are some helpful tips to help find your character pose.
If you’ve been animating for a long time, you are probably familiar with the art of posing. To find your character’s position, there are many different methods. The most common are these:
The simplest pose
By doing this, you’ll have a relatively stable pose, but you risk looking silly in the animation. This pose is easier than putting your character into an upright look.
To find the most stable and reasonable pose, draw both your hands behind your head to form a crosshair and then place the hand behind the character’s head. That will make them appear in a relaxed position, but still look as if they are holding or trying to put something in his or her hands.
Another way of finding the right pose is to position your character in the same position as when you’re drawing your character, but draw a line from the forehead to the tips of the ears, which will give you the right head pose and give the illusion of a relaxed look.
In some cases, the character might be the only thing between you and a very realistic drawing, so you might need to make another choice at some point. That choice will be important later.
The pose that is most difficult to create is “the arm pose” where your character’s arms are just stretched out. This poses is a combination of a lot of different factors. Your best bet is to find a pose that is more realistic than the previous, and that is easiest to create.
You might ask: “Well, aren’t you going to have trouble with the arm pose where the hand is just stretched out
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