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    Proko's Anatomy Course

    I have never studied anatomy before. I want to buy Proko's course on anatomy, but I can't afford all three parts right now, only one. Should I start with Torso?


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    I suggest you do the free course, it should keep you busy for at least half a year.
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    Do you mean the youtube videos?

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    Yep - they're good enough to start with. When you've mastered all of them, and want feedback, that's when you purchase.

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