Friday, December 18, 2009

Leg anatomy



























7 comments:

  1. Great job laying it out piece by piece!

    I just finished an anatomy drawing class and I can say, knowing this stuff makes a big difference.

    Also, you're post does a great job describing how the muscles move as the leg moves. The pelvis to leg connection can be a little tricky sometimes (because it's always simplified in 'how to draw' books), thanks for taking the time to share your study and lay it out for us in detail :)

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