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JASONS21 Jan 12, 2014  Professional General Artist
Awesome photos! 
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SenshiStock Jan 13, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
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MyOwnPersonalDevil Oct 8, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Awesome stock! I love them~ The perspective ones are the most useful to me! Thank you for doing this!!!!
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SenshiStock Oct 9, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
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Odow Aug 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
how come there's  noa  single pose with a desk / table :<
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SenshiStock Aug 15, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
It's been suggested, but I haven't set one up yet. It's still on the suggestions list though :D
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Having people sitting at desks and tables is one of the types of poses I have the most trouble with. I'd love to see some reference photos with them. :)
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SenshiStock Sep 8, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Yeah, that's something I definitely need to do. I saw a school desk at a consignment shop the other day and I wanted to get it, but it was like $300 lol xD
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:icongrumpy-old-snake:

Haha, I can see why you didn't pick it up! xD That's pretty expensive for something you wouldn't have a use for outside of the photoshoots. Do you or any of your models have any older/less used dining tables, perhaps? Maybe a set of those cheap plastic picnic tables and chairs?

 

Also, I looked around your gallery a bit and you mentioned preferring if suggestions were specific. In the event that you do find a table/desk to use, here were a few ideas:

> Two people holding a conversation at the table; perhaps some with both people on the same side of the table, as well as sitting across from each other.

>Writing/drawing at the table

>Eating

>Pictures from the back, front, and sides, to allow for both exact pose references and just a closer reference for where limbs a the body would line up to, even if they don't appear in a particular drawing (this sort of understanding is something I'd find really useful for, say, trying to draw a comic of people sitting at a table)

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SenshiStock Sep 8, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I would like to get a smaller table. We have a dining room table but I feel like most of the lower body would be hidden at it. A small table would let people see the most I think, and then the table can be expanded by the artist if they need more. I will definitely keep it in mind for future shoots! We need some new patio furniture, anyway xD
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