I did the exact same thing and, until I joined CA, I didnt realise there was a problem with it. When I studied Fine Art at A Level in college there was no real emphasis on the need to learn anatomy, although we did do some life drawing which has definitely helped in my understanding of the human form. So I've recently started from scratch again, though admittedly I have been slacking lately. As soon as I joined CA and saw the emphasis placed on studying human anatomy I started doing a few here and there, and even the small amount I have done has really helped. It's awesome that you have decided to start from scratch. So many people hold themselves back because they don't want to take what they view as a step backwards, when in fact it will take them leaps and bounds ahead of where they're already at artistically. Good luck!
Thanks to Andrew and Arshes for the advice and links
Last edited by Stricken; December 14th, 2010 at 06:52 AM.
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