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    Here is legs studies from the past.
    Probably around 1999/2000...





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    very cool anatomy studies! love the muscle cross sections!

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    Some bones here and there...

    Collarbones and scapulas:


    Some disassembled skull:


    Pelvis and abdomen area:


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    Great sketchbook man, i'm loving this one http://bit.ly/Sm1yyi, great, great work, keep posting, i'll keep an eye for more!

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    i love the way you do the studies, i should try something like that.

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    Thanks PeteJ.
    Those studies were based on a method by a couple of italian anatomists, Lolli and Zocchetta, they started with a Bammes-like approach and formulated the idea that anatomy must care about the underlining structure of bodies, not the surface.
    The main concept would be that you don't care about the surface of the body (you don't "draw the skin", that's not anatomy, that's just normal drawing), instead you dig deep into the structure of it, studying relationships between bones, muscles and other tissues in an "architectural" sense.
    At that point construction lines are all you'd need.
    If you're interested you might want to check out the first volume of their books: "Struttura Uomo, Manuale di Anatomia Artistica Vol. 1" (ISBN 8873056113); italian only, but I guess it's one of those cases where drawings talk better than words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin_ View Post
    this sb reeks of creativity! nice updates!
    Thanks Kevin_, "to reek" is the new word of the day for a non-english mother tongue like me!
    (sorry for the non drawing related post)

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    I like you sketchbook, faces especially. Thanks for information about italian anatomists and for posting such beautiful studies. I know about Bammes and I'm coping his drawings from time to time, very disciplinary thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ill_Buny View Post
    I know about Bammes and I'm coping his drawings from time to time, very disciplinary thing.
    Yep, like all this sort of things, anatomy should be learned and understood, just to be left sinking inside yourself and forgotten about... or maybe not, but that's how I feel about it.
    I don't draw bodies nowadays like I did during my anatomy studies 10 years ago, but still I feel all that time spent there has heft somehow his mark on my perception of human structure.

    About copying, instead, I'm not totally sure of. I've never copied other anatomy drawings, I feel that by studying and re-elaborating you get a better chance of understanding what's what.

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    Last bunch of images form the past...
    Arms with sections




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    Thanks for this series. I really enjoyed it.

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    Thanks heaps everyone! I'll close the time capsule now and go back to present days.
    This is a quick one just to warm up...



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    Thank you so much for sharing your work here, it's completely different from what I've been seeing for a while, really outstanding.

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    haha glad you like my usage of the word "reek". nice updates, really like the last post!

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    “How long was the march? I don’t know, after the first days I only counted how many people were falling”


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    Really good stuff here : ) , very inspirational.
    I adore the 'life' in your lines, which is very hard to achieve with ink.

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    Really cool sketchbook! I loved looking at your anatomy studies. I've actually never seen anything like it before. Very fascinating. Glad you shared the name of the book are there any other similar anatomyresources that you know of?


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    Really cool studies! And I love your personal drawings, the hatching is awesome !

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    Thanks for your replies!

    kevin_: sure I liked it, but now, just to keep up to the expectations, you should start using a new different sophisticated word every time you post!

    DefiledVisions: "Struttura Uomo" comes in 2 volumes, if you into it you might like the second one as well, more focused on movement (see here). I just noticed Amazon listed this quoting the wrong author, those books are by Lolli/Zocchetta, but if you look for them in Amazon they'll be listed as written by "Neri Pozza" which is the publisher instead. Another good one IMHO Gottfried Bammes

    ChisLu, Sleep.less, Mane, Whizzkid: thanks, much appreciated.

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    It's been a while...
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    Great sketches Maolu Are you using Ink wash or Acrylic?

    Draw draw draw

    Draw draw draw

    Eric needs to DRAW DRAW DRAW

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    Thanks Palladium!

    Those are ink, I only use white covering acrylic on some areas (i.e. on the hair of the guy with suit+tie).

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    love your inking style man! really interesting stuff!

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    I love your sketches, you truly have a unique style and its pretty kickass.

    Your characters are nice with just the right amount of exaggeration and the linework is very fluid and at times its suggestive like the woman with the bikini which you didn't outline.

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