Well, yes, but I'm focusing more on human anatomy. Like the waist-to-hip and shoulder-to-waist ratio differences between men and women. That sort of thing.
They don't have to be realistic, but I want to make one that is, so I need some help. To me taking something that looks like an anime figurine and blowing it up to life size with no other real changes to it is just cringy, especially when it comes to the face, is like guys walking around in public with anime body-pillows. I'd rather have something that looks like a really good cosplay, than a character that had 4-head-tall body proportions at 5-feet-tall, resulting in a weirdly huge 15-inch-long head. This also doesn't necessitate that it's attempting realism like a robot skeleton wearing a rubber skin suit, it's more like trying to figure out the best measurements for a prosthetic arm. Normally with a prosthetic you have the rest of the body as a reference, but I'm trying to create an entire prosthetic body whole-cloth without really having the background to do it. I can't use my own proportions as a reference unless I want it to look like a man, and I'd prefer to work out as much of it as possible before I start building anything.
None of those posts really help me, except for maybe >>4480
, the golden ratio does get brought-up a lot, but the examples are still generally men. A number of them are about height rather than proportions, most are too far off-topic, and a few of them were posted by me.
This here is the perfect example of the exact kind of thing that interests me. I was mad the thread was gone and I didn't get the chance to save that picture.