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I am quite a bit behind on messages right now. Please be patience with responses to usage links, and thank you for the kind words :heart:

Because I've had a few people ask: the handguns we used in this set are an M9 and a Sig. Both are replicas and not functioning firearms. I don't know anything else about them or which is which but if you need more specific details about them, I'm sure `jademacalla can help if you send him a message. :thanks:

The model in this image is :iconjademacalla:.

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chloe0131 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014  Student General Artist
amazing!!!!
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legomaestro Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Too amazing
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ChickenPaddy Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014  Student Filmographer
Downloaded for pose reference.  I'll try my best to remember to reference you when I use it.  Thanks!
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EisArt Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2013
wow fantastic resource guys!!!! So great!!
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BellaSylph Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I wanted to speak up and say that I love your stock, while I haven't used any yet for my poses I plan on it annn...dd am currently in search for the "perfect pose" for certain scenes. Right now the hardest one to find is a version of the one I see here on the right.

First! a brief backstory!!!....Last year a friend of mine fell off a cliff of 100 ft! ( I know omg!) and survived (double omg!) so in congrats for his 1 year anniversary & total recovery (he broke a leg & docs weren't sure if he'd walk again) I wanted to make a funny comic strip/book of his fall.  While I have pretty much a good idea of all the other poses I'll be using, his fall; the most epic scene, is the toughest one to find. I've looked at the majority of DA's stock (still looking) but haven't found the 'right' one.

Like I said before, the one on the right here is v-e-r-y close; save for one (maybe two) things. I'd like the head to be below the torso with the feet flailing behind the head, w-a-y behind in an almost shaggy-from-scooby-doo-way. And of course have the arms in a less tense and more omg-I'm-gonna-die way.  I am not against using two existing stock photos to mentally splice together and have the ideal result, I JUST CAN'T FIND ANY!!! Waaaah! NuuSherlock Holmes

whew! Relieved Relieved  At least not from that angle, they're all from the side superman style or back or some other way that puts the camera away from the face. Any links would be great, a new photo stock would be AWESOME! but thanks terribly on your work, I'm sure it'll be of great use to me in the future as I'm sure it already has been for many other Artists.
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SenshiStock Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Maybe it would work best for you if you find a lot of poses that have some of what you want so you can look at them all and piece it together. :D
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BellaSylph Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
That would be great if people did foreshortening photos, but I'm finding many people take pictures the same way as most beginners draw, from the side.
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SenshiStock Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Ah, I see. Well, I know I won't be doing stock again for quote some time so I hope you can piece it together from what I have. At least give it a try! :D
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BellaSylph Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I've got a friend who's a photographer, I'm going to see if I can enlist her help.
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SenshiStock Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
yay!
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