Anatomy of the Human Body
Intro to Muscles
Pecs & Breasts
Lower Back Muscles
Upper Back Muscles
Anatomy of the Shoulder Bones
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I re-visit the scapula assignment. trying to test my ability to see. I do still need some work more
Is the posterior tilt when the arm is forced back? Does ribcage need to stay still?
this assignment was super tricky. i think a frequent mistake i make is drawing the scapula too small and the ribcage to thin and elongated. if anyone could give me some pointers then it's much appreciated!
Here's my submission for this assignment. It was pretty though. any feedbacks/critiques will be appreciated
The collar bones are much easier to imagine than the shoulder blade, especially the top bit above the blade. Im interested in how the "how to draw" video will explain it.
Hello everyone this is my assignment for this lesson. critique/feedback are very welcome. I want to know. Am I on the right track? Thank you.
There must be some mistakes in my assignments, as they are so strange. I'll try again and find out where the problems are!
Some of the assignments I did, having a hard time with the placement of the scapula, but I'm finding it easier if I use a round simplification of the trunk. I've definintly got some more studies to do.
Hi everyone,these are assignments for this lesson. Maybe the biggest problem was to align the spine of the scapula with the end of the clavicle at the acronium ; other than that, my line quality is a bit messy but i'm working on it . Anyway, any kind of critique/feedback is greatly appreciated.
Front views of the shoulder girdle, using the model photos provided. Tricky to know where to place the scapula behind.
Well, these were some weird shapes; a lot to unpack here! I felt that perhaps the most difficult part of this assignment is to decide where to position the scapula in the back. Maybe that’ll clear up a bit once I get to the muscles and have more to relate to. The 5th drawing is from imagination, and in the sixth I tried to not look att the 3d model in the beginning and plan it out from the reference photo, but later on take a look at the models. A question to anyone else doing these kind of studies. How long do you usually take for one drawing? I try to be aware of not spending too much time, but, some days I can spend way to many minutes just trying to get the shape of a torso somewhat ok. Of course it differs a lot depending on my daily mental fatigue as I’m most often left to do these in the late hours after work, daily chores and socializing.
Another challenging assignment, but again, I feel it's slowly sinking in (although of course I do need to repeat these exercises as often as possible). I found the back and side angle much easier than the front for some reason, I was expecting the opposite. Some of the angles were really hard to imagine, so the 3-D model, and the videos after, were a massive help.