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  1. #1
    Tayama Guest

    Arrow Muscle Sketches.

    Ey, this is my first time really practising with the male muscles.
    I kinda like it
    But it's nog alwasy...ehm...easy.

    Can anyone help me with some things? Maybe somebody have some nice links with some tips or something?

    [Ow and it isn't my goal [Or how to say that ] to draw it real realistic. Because i don't have a realistic style, i only want to draw with good atanomy, anatomy [which is it XD?].

    I'ts more that i'm...drawing with some realistic things in a more comic stylish style ...

    > And i really like how the faces come out, i really like them, i put some real nice details in the eyeys..etc ¬.¬

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    Hope you all understand my crappy english



    [Yeah i know, i must save it, but my computer is real slow, so i'll save it later..^^']

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    Well in order to draw superbuffed comic book studs, you have to know how realistic muscles work together and how they are attached to the skeleton. Try to find a book on anatomy and if you're really serious about your art (or your style whatever), learn in detail from this. Everything will then be a breeze as you'll understand exactly why there's a bump here and a crease there and how many bumps on the side of the ribcage, etc.

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    Where are the sketches?

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    Originally posted by egerie
    Well in order to draw superbuffed comic book studs, you have to know how realistic muscles work together and how they are attached to the skeleton. Try to find a book on anatomy and if you're really serious about your art (or your style whatever), learn in detail from this. Everything will then be a breeze as you'll understand exactly why there's a bump here and a crease there and how many bumps on the side of the ribcage, etc.
    Jup, if i have the money for it i will buy some good anatomy books
    And if my mum will bring me to the city with her car, i will be a veeery happy kid

    @ Jester, man in front of your nose! Look! Look, open your eyes!! :p

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    Originally posted by Tayama


    Jup, if i have the money for it i will buy some good anatomy books
    You don't need money for some good anatomy books. There are four or five EXCELLENT Andrew Loomis books for free at:
    http://www.fineart.sk/anat.htm

    They are a very good read regardless of your skill level. Also, check out your local library to see if they have some books on anatomy there. Anything to save a few bucks.

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    Wow, tha'ts a nice site :eek:

    Thnx mate!
    I think that will help a lot!

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    Maybe this will come in handy, although it's mainly the actual muscles and skeletal structure.

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    HEhe, i think that site is a little to difficult for me, remember that i'm just 15 years, and that i'm dutch. So english isn't real easy for me.

    But thnx for your help

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