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    LOVE these, especially the top 4-5, anatomy is a bitch, and I'm learning it takes practice every day, to nail it. You are on your way. Hands are a bitch-you have some nice box form studies-keep it up.
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    nice studies mate, im new here, were did you draw these from?

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    steven6: Thanks appreciate the nice comments.

    baker10: welcome to CA. Thank you. I'm doing my studies from a variety of anatomy books and Mr. Bones ,a skeleton that I picked up about a year ago. I try to call out each book when I post if I did a study from it.

    Some facial feature studies from Bridgman and my latest morning memory test.

    Chests (Schider/Richer)(drew one side then flipped in ps)
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    Icon Hello

    You have some amazing posts and studies here. Im still woring on improving mine.

    In the picture where you show ur desk and your materials could you tell me how you got you book to stand up like that and what book that is?
    It looks like a bridgeman book or something.

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    Hey Zazerzs first I admired your sketchbook and now I'm admiring these studies. Really nice work and very motivating to someone such as myself. Thanks for sharing and be so helpful it is appreciated.

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    These are absolutely amazing. Love your linework, your mechanical precision, and the angular...ity. Angularity? It's really nice. Thanks for sharing. I have Richer on loan from the library, but I am apparently not appreciating it as much as I must. You're lovely; don't ever stop!

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    Excellent, the body with muscles are like a map it gets intersting when you try foreshortening.

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    Oooh you have a skele-mannequin? Awesomesauce!
    (I could really do with one of those. There's only so many skeleton references I can draw out of the one anatomy book I've got Dx)

    Great stuff, you've got quite the intense studies going here! Also liking the colour studies of muscles, first time I've seen that. Keep it up!

    Might I ask what the memory tests comprise of? Have to say I'm curious..

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    sorry for the late replies, i don't like to post in here without an update but I'll do one soon k?


    Joe777k7:Thanks! I got that book to stand up by wedging it between my drawing board and a stack of books. The book is Artistic Anatomy by Dr. Paul Richer.

    Marian Rowling:Thank you, that's very nice of you to say

    Bicnarok: you bet, I build em from memory as best I can, I post most of that in my sketchbook, something I'm workin' on.

    AjaxDynamoDroid: Yup! Mr. Bones I call him.I waited to long to buy one. Mine cost around $300 and was more than worth it. Haven't been spending much time with him lately, But since I need to post something in here Ill do some bone studies soon.

    Thank you. I took a little break as I've been concentrating on drawing other things lately but I'll start em back up!

    My memory tests are drawing a front,side and back view of the figure without reference adding all the anatomy I know or think I know. I start with a quick skeleton most of the time and add the muscles to it. It lets me know what parts to work on and study more. Lately I've been using a dip pen with ink to draw them.
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    Hey!
    I'm studying anatomy to become a comic artist and I saw this thread, very helpful indeed, and so I decided to ask you, also because as I saw on this picture, you were learning these things from an anatomy book. So I wanted to know, if you dont mind the name of this book because it looks very interesting!
    I will wait for your reply as soon as possible!
    Thanks for the thread and good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marvelmania View Post
    Hey!
    I'm studying anatomy to become a comic artist and I saw this thread, very helpful indeed, and so I decided to ask you, also because as I saw on this picture, you were learning these things from an anatomy book. So I wanted to know, if you dont mind the name of this book because it looks very interesting!
    I will wait for your reply as soon as possible!
    Thanks for the thread and good job!
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    Hooray for anatomy! I see you use a sanding board to sharpen your pencils. Do those work better than regular sharpeners or is that just personal preference? I've never used one so I just wondered. . .
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    dang.. cool anatomy studies man.. impressive
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    Good stuff. Anatomy doesn't seem to be a problem. You may want to work on your drawing instead, especially line quality. This is something that I struggled with as well.

    Try analyzing old master drawings, I've included an example here:
    Zazerzs' Anatomy Box:studying anatomy crits and comments welcomed

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