When surfaces collide
I would like to learn more about how the (mostly human) body reacts in certain ways that we all take for granted.
1. Contact with self:
A lady seated, with her hand on her bare leg. The skin of her leg should depress slightly.
A man with arms crossed. The muscles in his arms should deform slightly as they would in a real person.
A lady with arms crossed. Arms and breasts should deform in an appropriate way.
2. Contact with something hard:
A person sitting on a bench or stool. Their hamstring and glute muscles should deform slightly.
3. Contact with something soft:
A model sitting on a soft surface such as a couch or bed. Surface should depress.
A person holding a small animal, furry or not. The animal too. :lol:
4. Effects of gravity:
No questions about this just yet; just an observation: Earlier today I saw some products in the store such as belly and glute control, as well as breast morphs, and a very intriguing line of gravity morph products. There is so much to learn. My eye knows and recognizes a lot of these things already, but they just don't register in the conscious mind. It's part of being alive, yes? :coolsmile:
5. Collision with self:
Another observation here: It's very difficult to pose a figure without having a hand or foot pass through something such as the floor, the model's own spleen, etcetera. Just a challenge to do.