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Lesson 25a: Drawing the Leg Bones

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Assignment: Draw the Leg Bones

Your assignment is a 2 parter. For the first part you can use the skelly app to pose the leg bones, or just use the images I provided in the download below. Draw the leg bones as simplified forms. Don’t copy the contours, study the form and break it down to geometric forms that you can remember.

I’ve also provided some leg photos of models. Do anatomy tracings over those to find the leg bones. Look for subcutaneous landmarks to figure out where the bones go. Try to do both of these exercise on your own, before I post my answer videos.

Post your work in the Anatomy for Artists Facebook group.

leg assignment

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Leg-Bones-Assignment-Images.zip

3D Model: The Leg Bones

Leg-Bones-3D-Images

Having Trouble with the 3D Model?

If you’re having trouble viewing the 3D model (usually caused by graphics card incompatibility or browser issues) then you can download these screenshots instead.
Leg-Bones-3D-Images.zip

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Lesson 25b: Leg Bones Assignment Examples

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Lesson 25c: How to Draw the Knee

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3D Model: The Knee

Knee-3D-Images

Having Trouble with 3D Model?

If you’re having trouble viewing the 3D model (usually caused by graphics card incompatibility or browser issues) then you can download these screenshots instead.
Knee-3D-Images.zip

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Anatomy of the Human Body Course

In the Anatomy Drawing course you’ll learn a lot of advanced concepts for drawing the figure. Focusing on a new level of detail that you would normally see in a pro’s work. After this course you won’t need to guess what all those bumps are. I’ll teach you all the anatomy you need to draw the forms accurately and make them look like real people!

This course is designed to build off of what you learned from the Figure Course. If you haven’t taken that course yet, I highly recommend looking into completing it first. To find out more about the anatomy course click the button below.