How to Draw Breasts Assignment Examples -  Forward Lean
How to Draw Breasts Assignment Examples -  Forward Lean
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Anatomy of the Human Body

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Pecs & Breasts

How to Draw Breasts Assignment Examples - Forward Lean

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How to Draw Breasts Assignment Examples - Forward Lean

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Rick B
The first one touching the ground took me a couple extra hours to get down. onto the next lesson.
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Sandra Süsser
Breasts tests and studies #6
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Sarvesh Gupta
These feel a bit weak in terms of gesture when I compare to Proko's examples
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Gannon Beck
I think you're being a little hard on yourself. These are great.
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JASON WILLIAMS
I got a little carried away on this one when my breast assignment drawing fell into the rendering rabbit hole for a bit...
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Sandra Süsser
Love it <3
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Sundjiv
Hi everyone, could someone tell what this line corresponds to please ? I encircle the line in question in red. Is it the musle or a skin fold or something else in your opinion ? Thank you !!
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squeen
Remember it's the bottom of the pec that connects highest on the arm, and vis versa.
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Sundjiv
Thanks for your responses @squeen and @Gabriel Palma. I thought the pectoral muscle was as shown below (sorry, I don't have digital tools). But Proko mzde this stroke because the pectoral muscle goes in the armpit ? Thanks again
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Gabriel Palma
I agree with @squeen . That's the pectoral muscle. You can't actually see its attachment to the arm in that photo because it inserts in the interior side of the arm.
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Adam Wiebner
Gesture drawing - female torso forward lean
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