I've been wanting to learn how to draw people in more dynamic poses lately. I've drawn other art before (not just stick people) but I've never really gone below the neckline when drawing a person. I basically want to learn how to draw a body that isn't just facing directly forward with arms to the side.
So is there any good tutorial books, websites, videos, etc. that people would recommend?
93% is a gag-a-day comic that updates every Monday. No particular plot, just random jokes with no recurring characters (maybe in the future). The strips usually don't go any longer than like 5 panels and the art style is simple shapes and sticks.
A typical page takes me 2-3 hours. This is if I already have the idea in my head. I'll start with the line art which is the majority of the time, and then move on to coloring & shading. Then I write in the dialogue, clean up the lines, and upload it. However, Sketchbook will inevitably crash so that usually adds some time.
On the first comic the panel layout is a bit confusing and by the time I figured it out the joke kind of lost its grasp on me. Oh Well was probably my favorite since it was a quick joke setup then punchline, which actually made me laugh. The pun in the latest one is pretty clear as well I would say, but it's not the funniest.
I personally enjoy and draw gag-a-day comics for the same reason some people here have been stating. Anyone can visit a gag-a-day comic without needing any backstory or exposition. You can visit whenever and check back on the update days to get a laugh, which is something to look forward to. They are also much easier to share with others since you can select one or two particular strips that you liked or think others will like.