The shoulder bones are one of the most difficult parts of the torso anatomy to draw. Let’s make sure we’ve drawn them accurately in this critique lesson.
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In this lesson you’ll learn about the anatomy of the pelvis. We’ll explore the structure of the parts, the difference between a male and female pelvis, and how to simplify the structure to make it manageable to draw.
The 3 sections of the pelvic bone – illium, pubis, and ischium
How does it look on the surface of the body?
What are the differences between a male and female pelvis?
What are a few ways to simplify the pelvis?
In this lesson I’ll show you the correct way to practice – the way that will lead to rapid improvement. It also includes two examples from last week’s assignment on Drawing the Spine.