Size Reference Resource
Found this on Twitter awhile ago; kind of surprised I didn’t post it yet…
Basically, it lets you put a bunch of people in front of one of those scale walls and mess around with sizes, make them tall or small, and there’s a few other props you can add for reference. Honestly, I love it, because I know what I want, but I can never put that in numbers, and then if I put that in numbers I’m not sure what that means… anyways, I highly recommend this for writers. I’m using it right now to fine tune some details for a new story idea.
FairyFanatic last edited by
@i-am-insane Is there a way to keep the person models the same and just adjust their scale? It seems to automatically switch the outline at certain heights.
As far as I can tell, no. On one hand, it’s useful because you can say, ‘Hey, that means the woman has reached the height of a child, or an infant’, but… yeah, it’s annoying. I’ll go dig up the tweet I found it on, see if there’s any clarification (in google translated Japanese, lol), but I don’t think I’ll find anything.
Amusingly, once you get adult and taller they take on a few different poses, and seem more confident, so you can get a looming sort of a giant easy enough, lol.
Edit: Yeah… can’t find it. I don’t know if it’s Twitter changes, or it got deleted or what, but I can’t find the Tweet I got this off of. For the record, I think it was pretty much just posting this, and I don’t think there’s really anything to miss… but yeah, there’s a reason I saved the website as soon as found it.
I prefer this one: http://www.mrinitialman.com/OddsEnds/Sizes/sizes.html
It’s simple and doesn’t involve silhouettes of children
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@Kisupure Thanks. This will be handy.
Oh, shit, yeah that one’s a lot better.
SallyFourth last edited by
@Kisupure Thank you very much. That’s one of the best of these pages that I’ve seen.