Anatomy of the Human Body
How to Draw Biceps – Anatomy for Artists
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I'm still experimenting with the shading, there's still a lot to do. I think I'm not varying my core shadows enough and need to be more willing to "erase" my lines, but I'm making slow progress 😊
Found some time to get back to this course! Been busy with my mentorship with Simon Lee.
Posting my attempt at the biceps assignment, which shows my very fuzzy knowledge of anatomy in general. I will come back and copy the SP demos at some point.
2022/11/25. Good morning everybody. Here's my latest anatomy study (source: "The Anatomy of Style" by Patrick Jones). Thanks and have a good day.
biceps exercises ready, I'm still going to do some more, I don't think I understand everything right.
I struggled with Identifying the brachialis in the models, especially on the medial side of the arm. Also, I'm not sure if the brachialis and the deltoid are supposed to attach to the same location of the humerus. It looks that way on most ecorches I've seen though I could be wrong. Any Critique about my anatomy or general drawing is greatly appreciated
All critiques appreciated. I did edit some of my traditionally drawn work. I think that's okay?
Here is my attempt at the bicep assignments. Sorry if the camera quality isn't that great.
I'm having a hard time locating the Coracobrachialis and the Medial side of the Brachialis on the model. I remember in the lesson the medial Brachialis isn't as obvious which confuses me with the Tricep, I haven't get to the Tricep lesson yet so I'm not quite sure how to locate the Tricep properly and differentiate it from the medial Brachialis. Also does the tendon of the biceps that inserts to the radius bends when the arm is bent? I'd appreciate any feedback about the anatomy or even general drawing critiques. Thank you.