• Where's a good place to get free reference photos?
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I've been looking around for a good resource to use when drawing/modelling. So far, all the decent sites I've found are subscription based or some other form money. What I'm looking for is mainly reference poses of bodies, and different facial structures like what you'd find on 3d.sk, but obviously not as extensive. Just basic stuff, really. Does anyone know of any good sites/resources for this?
I doubt you'll actually find any place that gives a great selection of everything you need to be referenced for free, so- even if it isn't exactly suggested- I just try my hand at google or Bing And if you're not going to be working with the image itself, the watermarks shouldn't really be an issue You -are- just using them for reference, right?
Yeah, just drawing practice and stuff.
[url]http://www.the-blueprints.com/[/url] Great site, everything from people to cars to airplanes. Some of them are limited to 500px for non-members, but that doesn't really matter. As for poses, the best answer I can think of is creative search terms in google images or Flickr.
[url]http://www.posemaniacs.com/[/url] Good for various human poses [url]http://anatomyproartifex.blogspot.com/[/url] Goes into huge detail for human anatomy, probably more than you will need, but still [url]http://www.pixelovely.com/gesture/figuredrawing.php[/url] Presents people in poses and a timer, good drawing exercise
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