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Figure Drawing with Virtual Models: Getting the Most Out of Poser® Figure Artist™ by Les Pardew

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Posing Multiple Figures

Posing one figure is a challenge, but often the artist will want more than a single figure in the drawing. Sometimes multiple figures can cause problems for the artist because they have to be drawn in relation to each other.

You can set up scenes with live models to have multiple figures, but two models usually cost twice as much as one model. With Figure Artist you can add as many figures as you like, and they don’t cost any more than the purchase price of the software.

Let’s take a look at the punch pose again. What good is a punch if it doesn’t actually hit anything? Figure 8.8 shows a virtual model punching and another virtual model getting punched.

Figure 8.8. This punch landed.

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