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Monday, 26 March 2012

Playing with poses

This time I have been playing around with plasticine, modelling my daffodil and manipulating it to help me with poses. Pity I couldn't get it to stand up, but I guess making a flower especially stand up out of plasticine is more difficult as it's very delicate and thin. I didn't get it to stretch and squash as much as I would have liked either but I'm guessing this is due to the temperature chairs my halls likes to have which kept making it fall apart!I have found that doing this has really helped me explore poses as I can more visually manipulate rather than jotting something down straight out of my head. All I should have to do now with these is take them into drawing and just exaggerate with squash and stretch a bit. Oh and please excuse the plastic bag in the pictures, it was a cheap DIY solution to stopping everything sticking itself to the desk :)

Original model
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Flirty Poses
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Hip and think
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Hand rest and hip
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Both hips and head tilt back
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Hand resting above head and hip
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Hand on hip and hand out
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Hands interlocked, pushed out in front

Other poses
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Front giggle
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Shy, flirty giggle.
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Kiss and holding head.
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Stretched out for kiss, girly back hand hold.

4 comments:

Lydia Caplan said...

Looking good Emma :)This will really help you depict the emotion in your hand drawn animation! By the way loving the new blog layout very smart!!

tutorphil said...

very innovatibe - and snazzy new look too! :)

tutorphil said...

sorry - *innovative*!

Emma Foster said...

Thank you! :)