Have you ever looked at the back of the arm… and just thought, “What the hell, man?”
The triceps muscle is a monster. It’s all one muscle, but there’s 4 distinct parts to it, and you need to know them all. Once you learn the pattern of the three heads and the cool tendon, they’re easy and fun to play with.
This drawing demonstration shows you how to draw the anatomical forms of the biceps. We’ll focus on establishing the gesture, then capturing the foreshortening of the arm and adding the details of the biceps.
In this video I’m going to focus on perspective when drawing the forms of the hand bones. I’ll show you how simplifying the phalanges into boxes gives us an easier way to construct the hands. Let’s get started!
In this video I’m going to focus on the importance of landmarks when drawing anatomy. Bones that we can see on the surface through the skin give us valuable clues to the rest of the anatomy. Let’s get started!
In this premium episode I show you how to draw dynamic hand bones. Hands are mostly bone. There’s some muscles, skin, and nails, but the bones are the structure of the hand and if you can draw dynamic hand bones, you’re 90% there.