ANATOMY BE­FORE POS­ING

3D Artist - - THE PIPELINE -

Usu­ally when work­ing with char­ac­ters in a pose you have to be sure that your anatomy is on point and cor­rect. Even for a stylised char­ac­ter, anatomy is vi­tal and you have to check the pro­por­tions be­fore pos­ing the char­ac­ter be­cause af­ter you get out of the T-pose, fix­ing the pro­por­tions in an un­sym­met­ri­cal ob­ject will be chal­leng­ing and a waste of time – es­pe­cially if you are just start­ing out. Once you start get­ting used to anatomy, you can prac­tise your sculpt­ing with an asym­met­ri­cal pose.

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