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Comic & Fantasy Artist's Photo Reference: Colossal Collection of… (edition 2011)

by Buddy Scalera

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Title:Comic & Fantasy Artist's Photo Reference: Colossal Collection of Action Poses (Comic/Fantasy Artist Photo Ref)
Authors:Buddy Scalera
Info:IMPACT (2011), Paperback, 320 pages
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Comic & Fantasy Artist's Photo Reference: Colossal Collection of Action Poses (Comic/Fantasy Artist Photo Ref) by Buddy Scalera

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The Colossal Collection of Action Poses is just the latest in a series of reference volumes that are great resources for anyone trying to create their own action-based comic book. In this volumes and each of both Comic Artists Photo Reference: People and Poses and Comic Artists Photo Reference: Women and Girls, Scalera has taken over 1000 photographs of both male and female models standing in a variety of action poses -- holding various weapons, making kicks, swinging a cape, dressing, crouching, walking, applying make-up, etc. Additionally, there are sections for both sexes, with the models holding a variety of facial expressions -- anger, fright, sadness, happyness, pain, confusion, etc. For artists wanting a base to build an action sequence on, these images could prove invaluable. The photographer uses a number of different models with a variety of body types, thus providing a wide variety of source material for the artist. The only drawback I found in the The Colossal Collection of Action Poses was that the models were all young and fit -- no older folks or overweight body types. Otherwise, an excellent resource for artistic types. [If you enjoy this, you may also wish to try the other volumes in Scalera's series.]

Originally reviewed for my local library's website: http://www.lincolnlibraries.org/depts/bookguide/srec/staffrec12-04.htm
  cannellfan | Nov 21, 2012 |
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