Drawing the Human Body: An Anatomical Guide
Overflowing with sketches that capture a wondrous repertoire of angles and poses; this is the ultimate guide to drawing people “to life.” The author shows the male and the female body from multiple positions; reveals typical proportions; describes each part of the skeleton and each muscle; extensively comments on physical morphology; and offers a plethora of gestures and actions. A unique combination of technique and imagination.
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abdomen Acromion anterior-posterior arch armpit axis biceps big toe bone brachial broad fascia buttocks capsule carpus cartilage cavity characteristics clavicle concave condyle convex corresponds curved deltoid elongated epiphysis erect position etc.l extension eyebrows eyelids fatty deposit fatty tissue female femur finger flattened flexion foot forearm frontal gluteus maximus gluteus medius head human body humerus iliac inner portion joint knee kneecap large dorsal large pectoral lateral sulcus ligaments long abductor long extensor long flexor lower leg lower limbs lower portion lumbar male malleolus mandible margin medius metacarpus Morphology movements muscular navel neck nose pelvis phalanges phase plane plantar pollex posterior projection pronation radial extensor radial flexor radium region ribs rounded sartorius scapula scapular belt semitendonous short extensor shoulder Sketch slight slightly soleus sternum sternum-cleido-mastoid sulcus tendon thorax cage tibia tion tract transversal trapezium triceps trunk ulna upper limbs upper portion vast lateral vertebral column wrinkles xiphoid process