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Powerpuff Tutorial, Page 16 by GeoffNET Powerpuff Tutorial, Page 16 by GeoffNET
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Sorrysorrysorrysorrysorrsorysosyrosryorrosyosyrorosyrosyrosysorry!!! :nuu:

Sigh... I never meant to take this long to put the next page up.  Sometimes I just... struggle with finding the right thing to talk about next, and the right way to say it, and a new pose for Bubbles, and... gah!  Just—sorry!

That said, I always try to put a little curve in the legs whenever they're in a casual position.  It helps the eye see which way the leg (and thus the body) is facing.

"Visual ambiguity" refers to when the brain doesn't get enough information to tell how it should interpret something.  A good example would be an optical illusion like this:
cubes 3 by monopatin

Adding that leg curvature helps avoid this confusion.  The brain sees what we want it to, without having to focus on resolving any ambiguity, letting it soak in the drawing as a whole.
Not all visual ambiguity is bad, though; some companies put in a lot of effort to make their text/graphics logos look like two things at once.

Next I'll talk about the arms—they do much the same thing, but the rounder side indicates the elbow/wrist.
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edalhoff345 Featured By Owner 7 hours ago
Is Buttercup gonna be in this, GeoffNET?
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GeoffNET Featured By Owner 6 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Possibly... first I'd need to get off my lazy butt and start drawing more pages again...
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edalhoff345 Featured By Owner 6 hours ago
You know, Buttercup would look great in a TIGHT two piece bikini. She would model her BEHIND. THAT would be funny!
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ITBluebeadTI Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014  Student General Artist
Ahurrdeehurr, it's the next one! :eager:
Also a nice fact, or maybe I missed it in some of the previous pages it has been a long time since I read through them ajlksqf
is that the arms don't necessarely have to be connected to the body. Especially when you're going for more dynamic poses. :meow:

Great work so far! This is really helpful, even for older ppg artists like me who have been in the fandom for a while now. :la:
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GeoffNET Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A very good tip! :la: I'll remember to use that when I talk about the arms over the next couple pages.  Thanks!

Thank you :aww: But if anyone gets to say they're an old PPG artist it's me. :stare:
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ITBluebeadTI Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014  Student General Artist
Glad to be of some help! This tutorial is a great help to a lot of puff artists after alll~ :la:

Ssssh, Geoff, we're all oldies here! :iconstareglompplz:
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Blooming-Blossom Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I love the way you used Bubbles!
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BigDsWorld Featured By Owner May 24, 2014
There it is!!!!! It's finally here!:) (Smile) 
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xxSactaviaxx Featured By Owner May 24, 2014
Wow!!!
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smbmadman Featured By Owner May 20, 2014
Oh wow. Forgot about this. XD

..Is it just me or are Bubbles's pigtails...slightly smaller?
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