sorry I never replied: I have a bad habit of posting in a thread and not coming back much. Yes, though, that was what I meant: get the proper proportions, the right forms, and the correct placement and you're pretty much good to go. Value, for black and white at least, is key if you want realism. Keep in mind "realism" and "realistic" aren't the same. Realism = looks just like what you're drawing and the viewer feels like they can take it off the page. Realistic means it looks like what you're drawing, as in "Hey, that's a vase!" but you don't necessarily feel like you can water the plants in the vase.
Doctors heal you, Artists immortalize you.
"Those who can, do. Those who can't, teach" - bullshit.
The usual staples for anatomy: