Breakdancing | Breaking - Female Dancers

Breakdancing | Breaking - Female Dancers

Series of illustrations of women breakdancing from standing positions
Description
Description

Breakdancing is a media constructed term to refer to b-boying or breaking, which is a form of street dancing invented in the United States by Black and Puerto Rican youth in the 1970s. Originally coined as b-boying, the term breakdancing was created by the media after the dance form began to gain popularity. Breaking has a wide range of variety, but typically consists of four different moves: toprock, downrock, power moves, and freezes. B-boys used to have a style defined by their city, but with the spread of the internet and YouTube videos being watched in the scene individual styles have lost definition.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

Elevation drawings of multiple positions of breakdancing performed by women
Elevation drawings of multiple positions of breakdancing performed by women
Collection of illustrations of various breakdancing positions performed by a female breakdancer
3D Model
3D Model
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Common Questions
Breakdancing | Breaking - Female Dancers
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Breakdancing | Breaking - Female Dancers elevations (multiple positions)

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Dancing is a form of performance art where the movement of the body is purposefully choreographed in specific sequences and actions. Performed under a various circumstances and intentions, dancing is commonly used for social, competitive, ceremonial, sacred, theatrical, or martial functions.

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