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For future reference, a rough rule of thumb in respect to the proportions/lengths of the upper and lower arms ... the length from of the upper arm from the top of the shoulder to the elbow should be approximately the same length as the lower arm from the elbow to the first set of knuckles ... or the knuckles you would punch somebody with when making a fist.

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Great work and looks great! If only some manufacturer would start making mannequins in military style poses.

 

Although I am not associated with Yanks Mannequins, The owner, Luc, is working on some modifications. He offers several standing poses (mainly different faces) a seated model and a kneeling one. I spoke with him before Christmas and he was planning on modifying the arms to be more pose-able. I can check with him and see what the progress is on that.

 

http://yanksmannequins.com/en/17-military-mannequin-kneeling-ww2-ww1.html

 

 

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For future reference, a rough rule of thumb in respect to the proportions/lengths of the upper and lower arms ... the length from of the upper arm from the top of the shoulder to the elbow should be approximately the same length as the lower arm from the elbow to the first set of knuckles ... or the knuckles you would punch somebody with when making a fist.

 

Good tip...thanks!

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For future reference, a rough rule of thumb in respect to the proportions/lengths of the upper and lower arms ... the length from of the upper arm from the top of the shoulder to the elbow should be approximately the same length as the lower arm from the elbow to the first set of knuckles ... or the knuckles you would punch somebody with when making a fist.

 

Great reference! Any other tips in regards to upper/ lower leg (and/or torso) proportions?

 

 

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