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Avoiding Symmetry when Drawing Triceps – Anatomy Critique

March 29, 20170 Comments
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The arm is not symmetrical. We tend to force symmetry in most things we draw. This makes the drawings boring and the gesture stiff. The design of the triceps looks much more dynamic when looking for the asymmetries I talk about in this critique. This includes the 3 muscle bellies and their large tendon.

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