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Required Screenshots Guideline: Show the Whole Pose
Poses and Animations
At a glance
All poses need to at least one screenshot which shows all important elements of the pose clearly, with the sim's whole body visible as well as their face, hands, and limb joints. If it is impossible to capture all of these in one picture, provide multiple pictures.
All poses need to at least one screenshot which shows the sim's whole body, with all important elements of the pose clearly visible, and without any parts cropped out or hidden from view. After all, downloaders want to see what they'll be getting!
We consider the important elements for most poses to be:
In some poses it may be impossible to show all of these elements in one picture, due to the sim's position. For these cases, take multiple pictures which together show all of the elements (and don't forget at least one that shows the sim's whole body from head to toe!).
You do not need to take a separate picture of each element if they can be shown in the same picture. For example, if both the hands and facial expression are clearly visible in one picture, then that picture would fulfill the requirements to show both of these elements.
If creating a group/partner pose, we need to be able to see the whole body and face/hands/limbs for all sims involved. In most cases this will require multiple pictures. You can either take pictures of the group posed together from multiple angles, or separate the poses and take individual pictures of them.
We cannot clearly see all important elements of every pose. Make sure to include picture(s) showing the whole body from head to toe, the face, hands, and limbs. Multiple pictures may be needed for some poses if these elements cannot all be seen in one picture.
We can see all of the major elements of these poses clearly and the sim's whole body is shown for each. Bravo!
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