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mikki-malumikki-malu4 years ago
figma max_factory asai_(apsy)_masaki
 

About this picture

 
Was playing with archetypes testing their posability and tried them as a ref. They're pretty good in both, really glad I bought them :)

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Pretty much why I bought mine lol
2 years ago
Tiamat264 years ago#7066235Ha that brings back memories of art class. Well done with the pose.
= )
Tia


Thank you :))
4 years ago
Ha that brings back memories of art class. Well done with the pose.

= )

Tia
4 years ago
Dribz4 years ago#7064468I should definitely get these for my art as well. Those little wooden mannequins just can't compare!

I bought an ikea wooden doll long time ago when my only other option was my sister's Barbie, but it never really helped, even Barbie worked better :D I think we're lucky now we have these if not realistic but very posable and quite affordable 'assistants' :)
4 years ago
I should definitely get these for my art as well. Those little wooden mannequins just can't compare!
4 years ago
ptitange234 years ago#7053705Wow !! Good work !!!!

Thank you :))
4 years ago
Wow !! Good work !!!!
4 years ago
Yamaneko4 years ago#7041120Pro art style :D Like it a lot:D

Thank you :))
4 years ago
Pro art style :D Like it a lot:D
4 years ago
Act4 years ago#7040470I really love your art style -- it's a great marriage between anime and a more realistic look.

Thank you very much :) I like how you described it :)

microgamer2vs24 years ago#7040535Cool! Was tempted to get an archetype after seeing this, but technically I could use any of the figmas I have, yeah?

Sure, depending on your purposes. Dressed figmas are more limited in poses due to their hair and clothes but they help me if I need to see, say, a face and hair at a certain angle or dress details and such. For pose refs I tend to choose figmas with as little clothes as possible (Makoto has been of much help :)) because I need to understand the body shape first, with or without a ref I always start with naked sketches, and archetypes can be quite helpful here, even though not perfect. So I'd say it's all about what you want from them, no need to buy new figmas if your figmas serve you well :)
4 years ago