Part 3: Dynamic Poses!
You want to look at stuff like dance. I watch So You Think You Can Dance and dance videos on Youtube and freeze frame them. Look at them frame by frame, and you can learn some of the crazy things the human body can pull off. Also, look at fish eye lens shots to understand other limits you can push with forced perspective aka foreshortening.
Ultimately, drawing live subjects works infinitely better than from photos, and will net you the ability to move around and find the most dynamic viewing angle. So if you can, draw in public places, or if you’re lucky enough, life drawing classes.

Part 3: Dynamic Poses!

You want to look at stuff like dance. I watch So You Think You Can Dance and dance videos on Youtube and freeze frame them. Look at them frame by frame, and you can learn some of the crazy things the human body can pull off. Also, look at fish eye lens shots to understand other limits you can push with forced perspective aka foreshortening.

Ultimately, drawing live subjects works infinitely better than from photos, and will net you the ability to move around and find the most dynamic viewing angle. So if you can, draw in public places, or if you’re lucky enough, life drawing classes.