Former student Muriel S sent me some links for alternate quick pose resources I presume she likes that are quite excellent, including one with short video clips you can utilize for your moving dynamic quick gesture studies! I was familiar with a few but some of these are new discoveries for me too. I happily condone and approve of exploiting them.
Two use timed photo slide shows to generate traditional quick pose gesture sessions and longer life studies. Quickposes.com from Danny Cruz and Figure Drawing Practice from artists.pixelovely.com look really handy for your basic daily exercise when a live model isn’t.
Pose Maniacs has been around for a while, first found it and exploited the resource myself around 2005? I recall using it on Sea of Red. The slightly creepy skinless flash cgi generated mannequins are great for getting more familiar with the musculature of the human body. They can all be rotated along one axis, and there are probably thousands of different types of poses over a few figures to use in their archives for your studies.
They also have silhouettes for studying contour, a timed mode for quick studies. And a newer section of disembodied mannequin parts without the musculature skins that can be rotated to any angle called Hands for Drawing. Great site and available as an app as well.
Reference Reference is another huge site that I don’t recall seeing before. A Quebec based group from what i can tell. Built for animators this site hosts many short clips of models doing a wide range of actions, from running to fighting to everything. An excellent source of short clips for your Dynamic Gesture Study practice!
I was scanning the many other general resources for continuing your study of the human form available online, and thought i’d add this link too. Robert Stoller offers his knowledge and skills to viewers on Figure Drawing Online, through a series of free life drawing tutorial videos on how to draw each part of the human body in intimate detail! I’ve only browsed it so far but a good site to check out from the looks of it for some extended guided study.
Update: Some more links from students in the comments and elsewhere!
A few good pinterest sets have shown up, here three: Anatomy References for Artists curated by Einar Yoris, Poses curated by Barbara Fišinger, & Expressions by same. And there are several sets maintained by James Marsano here! Pose Tool 3D is an android app, Julie Prescesky posted the link, i’ve tried it before myself and found it bit clunky to use but milage may vary. They have a few version of their tool for specialized use.