Anatomy Tracing Assignment Example 3
Anatomy Tracing Assignment Example 3
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Anatomy Tracing Assignment Example 3

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Anatomy Tracing Assignment Example 3

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Stan Prokopenko
Doing tracings over photographs is a great way to tests your knowledge of the muscles. Check out our new lesson to learn how.
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Juts Quare
Lol, why're you all so good at this? I have no idea what I'm doing, but I'm gonna post my first steps here. (Also don't mind the blue boobs)
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Hivy Bee
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Johnathan
Revisiting anatomy course. Assignment 3 attempt. Critiques welcome. Im also happy to give critiques to others.
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Jackie B.
Tough as nails exercise for a beginner...
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vilyas
Tried once on my own, then following you. There sure is alot more visible clavicle bone than i thought!
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3dpixelpaul
I can't imagine doing these without watching you do it first.
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Vue Thao
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Manuel Rioja
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This year I´m doing a 364 days challenge to finally end this course a lesson per day. Every day I will post my progress. ( It did´t post yesterday, for now on I´m gonna recharge the page) Make great things everyone, 4 lesson done 360 to come.
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Cecelia Chen
This one is really hard...
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Helen Ali
gasp
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Fer Khond
Hey there fellows!! Here's again, before and after. Ngl, this one was tough man.
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spideronthewall
first and second attempt, I finished these last week but forgot to post progress
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Peter Tinkler
The practice continues....
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JASON WILLIAMS
I feel like I am missing something obvious but where do I download the photos to practice the tracings on? I see a download for the video demonstration, and the answer jpg for version 3...but I want to do as the video suggests and try some tracings before I move on to the answer. Help?
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Katey Jensma
HI @JASON WILLIAMS you can find the assignment images in the "How to do Anatomy Tracing" lesson. https://www.proko.com/course-lesson/how-to-do-an-anatomy-tracing/downloads
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Johnathan
I put the video in fullscreen then screenshot the beginning of the video haha
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Sandra Süsser
Came closer here. Arms and legs still Problem areas though.
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Tavonna Nira Strømsengbakken
My second attempt after watching video. I did figure out some of the muscles before they were drawn for me this time, so I am learning. The lines are crude, as I am working in Paint until I get Photoshop.
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nothanks
I think it's perfectly fine to use paint for something like this! Before you dive in to photoshop, which is really pricey, have you considered free software such as Krita, FireAlpaca, Paint.NET, or GIMP? Krita is the best all-around, in my opinion, and Paint.NET is the most lightweight and simple. GIMP can be kind of technical and confusing, so I don't like to use it. FireAlpaca is pretty fun and easy to use, but didn't have as many features as Krita the last time I used it. Clip Studio Paint and PaintToolSAI are my favorite paid photoshop alternatives, each is around $50 USD if I recall correctly. I use SAI the most out of all these programs. Autodesk also offers some free drawing programs I use frequently. There's a Sketchbook app and full pc version.
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persona937
my attempt
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Nihi Sus
Solid stuff
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seazeff
This was by far the hardest yet. The bony landmarks were very useful early on, but at some point I just got lost in soft tissue and couldn't identify where muscles were. After completing this I compared mine to the video reference and there are a lot of inaccuracies, but despite seeing where I went wrong, I'm not sure how I'd know to do that without better understanding where muscle origin/insertions are.
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