Prime Ballerina 750+ Reference Pictures  

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00Report| Release v.1.0 | Freelance & Personal Use License | 12 days ago
The ballet poses are basically all standing so there isn't much variety. That's not entirely bad, since the model is very professional and there aren't any overly random, gimmicky poses. Implied by the separate folder for poses that have motion blur, the equipment can't capture the model doing anything too dynamic. Standing en pointe with her arms raised or sitting on a chair is most of what you get. Where it hurts the set most are there are only two stances with a leg raised and nothing like low poses on the floor. The set's main strengths as reference are arm positions, ballet shoes, and what a tutu looks like when someone sits down in one. The skirt is basically static in all the standing poses so you won't get things like flutter reference. Ballet is a very difficult subject both to perform and photograph, and it's a reasonable set for what it sets out to do.

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