When you’re giving direction to your models, what you want to do is think “broad strokes.” Meaning, don’t fuss over the little details about where to put their hand or which way to turn their head. Instead. Tell them to sit down. Stand up. Turn to the right. Turn to the left. Give broad strokes. Most times, this is more than enough to get your model to the position you want versus trying to micromanage your way there. Often times, you’ll just end up with a very bad version of them trying to do the robot. Lol.
by Jason Lam