This is a useful resource…
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two types of people
The book does have a basic breakdown of the hands, but I felt that references like these were much more needed.
From Graphic Sha’s “How to Draw Manga: Drawing Yaoi”
A summary of how people die (and don’t) in swordfights
This is a really good article about how quickly people actually die from cuts and punctures inflicted by swords and knives. However, it’s really really long and I figured that since I was summarizing for my own benefit I’d share it for anyone else who is writing fiction that involves hacking and slashing your villain(s) to death. If you want the nitty gritty of the hows and whys of this, you can find it at the original source.
…even in the case of mortal wounds, pain may not reach levels of magnitude sufficient to incapacitate a determined swordsman.
yeah man this is the tough thing about height but its funny that PEOPLE DONT EVEN NOTICE THOSE TINY DETAILS in comic art
Oh man bless this post, height differences in art is a big pain and this is incredibly helpful.
PAGES UPON PAGES OF ANATOMICAL ILLUSTRATIONS OF DIFFERENT ANIMALS
I AM SO FUCKING PUMPED JUST TO HAVE FOUND THIS
Some people were having trouble connecting to the page due to a session error, so I’ve just updated it so it should work all the time!
Please reblog this one so that the people who are having trouble seeing the site can get to it, thank you! uvu
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