They try to giv it dynamism with an overused pose cause they cant figure out a way of still being dynamic with a pose done by their minds, why they cant do dynamic poses without being generic? well, I ask you.
The position of the legs is from one of the basic key frames in a run cycle. IMO even if you're not interested in pursuing animation you should atleast have the basic keyframes of a run/walk cycle memorized
>>2356892 >cause they cant figure out a way of still being dynamic with a pose done by their minds, why they cant do dynamic poses without being generic?
nigga the human body can only pose in so many non-retarded ways. Anybody claiming to do 100% original poses from imagination that have never been done before is either full of shit or breaking anatomy full-retard style.
Not that anon, but I have been doing martial arts for 15 years. I definitely have use for it when depicting fighting scenes but at the same time I don't wag my finger at Tom & Jerry for using unrealistic punching techniques. Because that would be fucking retarded.
Well, i cant say much about where it originally came from, but I can tell you that if a young artist (which 2/4 of these seem to be) sees xxAishanekoxx use a pose enough times, they'll probably want in too. It seems to be a kind of breakaway from only having drawn static figures.
Maybe I wasn't clear or you didn't read what I actually wrote, in any case it's pretty simple. The run cycle as previously stated is not supposed to be a representation of a realistic run. Yes it is more realistic than say, Popeye or Steamboat Willie but it's still intended to have a cartoonish look and feel. If some newbie doesn't get that well I don't care, it's up to them to research movement and body language etc.
>>2357120 except, no it isnt. Literally look at 1 and 7 of that image. The left leg is bent BACK. OP's image is taking the non shaded leg of #1 and the shaded leg of # 3 and just splicing them together. Literally no type of run would make your legs positioned like that
You're overthinking it just to nitpick it seems. It's basically one straight and one bent leg. Yes, the drawings in OP aren't stellar but they are very likely trying to depict some kind of running motion
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