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Find The Casual Style For Your Characters

Everyone does it, but very few do it right. Many would object; it’s all about feeling comfortable. We’re talking about dressing.

We know you don’t want any lectures. Certainly not about the way you’re dressing. Or the characters you’re drawing, for that matter.

It isn’t deciding whether you’re drawing a comic book or just concept art. You’re creating characters. They represent us the real people. And we hardly dress like James Bond. Your OC doesn’t need to be stylish either.

Presenting the Casual Subcategory

You’re only a human being. You can’t know everything. So what if your weakness is anything clothes-related? Luckily for you, we have something to say in it. With our “Dressed” category, of course.

And since the fashion world is diverse, we’ll look today at its casual part: no suits, no ties, no shirts.

This time it’s more about jeans, cargo pants, or chinos. Well, mainly about the jeans – the classic among pants. Also, some of our models didn’t bother to wear a top. At least they have hands in the “don’t care” casual pose.

The rebelous and the dominant hand positions

Frankly, some of them wear shirts. But it still counts as an informal style called smart casual. The same goes for cardigans or blazers.

No blazer here, though

Not only they’re dressed casually, but they also do things; Actions like walking, picking up items, pushing imaginary objects, throwing, sitting, swinging axes, and shooting with guns, erm, casually.

Some of their clothes may be oversized, but who cares?

And where do you find these and many more? Try our website human-anatomy-for-artist.com. However we know you’re a busy “in-a-hurry” person, so here’s a shortcut.

Martin Misun

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