Drawing by Ann Marie, Anatomy Master Class student
Human figure skeleton
I have been working on drawing a skeleton and muscles of a human figure. The skeleton was fairly easy, but muscles were to hard to grasp all at once.
I did my best to get proportions of the figure right. The feet are the hardest to get correct then the hands. And foreshortening of legs gave me trouble too. I used my own statue of Poseidon as a visual reference.
Thanks in advance for your comments
Ann Marie, I can empathize with you in being able to get things right. I have been struggling with the contrapposto position and can not seem to get off that course segment. I am stubborn and refuse to leave it till I get it right. I have accumulated mabye a hundred drawings of this pose and I cannot count the number I have thrown away. Murphys Law seems to fit me properly. If anything will go wrong it will. I can only say persist, endure, get some rugged tenacity and keep on going, never give up.Tom Bolt
My best wishes for you and your success.
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