Character Posing
Updated: 9/17/2018
Character Posing
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Storyboard Text

  • Ineffective Character Posing
  • I wonder what I should buy today...
  • Effective Character Posing
  • I wonder what I should buy today...
  • The character is showing no emotion, which has a lackluster impact on the story. The position is basic and does not evoke any feeling or connection to the story or reader.
  • This character's body language shows an inquisitive or contemplative pose, which re-affirms her statement. This shows how far a simple tilt, facial expression, and change of arm positions can affect the visual element of the story.
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