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    Smile Learning Human Anatomy

    Here is a Torso i sculpted. I would appreciate the critique because this is my first torso and i want to know the mistakes i've made so i can correct them next time. Thank you.




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    Smile Another Torso

    I thought i'd challenge myself and see if i can sculpt a torso with arms up. It was very difficult and i'm sure i've probably made loads of mistakes with this one. I'd appreciate feedback. Thanks




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    Hey, I am also studying anatomy as much as possible right now and doing the exact same thing as you. Cutting up sections of the body and trying to learn as much as I can about them. I am by no means an expert, but here are a few things I noticed to try to help you out.


    1. Check out your insertions point of pectoralis.
    http://www.ironmanmagazine.com/blog/...-major1-R1.jpg


    2. Check out your serratus anterior placement
    http://www.realbodywork.com/learn/shoulder/serratus.jpg


    3. And Look at your Teres major, minor, and infraspinatus placement. They should stretch up more and connect to the humerus.
    https://farm5.static.flickr.com/4118...3e1131d9fb.jpg


    And here is an image showing names to help you in that area.
    http://61.7.235.246/page/apichat/mus...eres-major.jpg




    Also, I really liked the way you broke your planes for major forms. It looks really good =) Keep at it!

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    You need Scott Eaton's Anatomy For Artist.

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    Smile Thanks

    Thank you so much for your feedback. I'll check out those links too. I am going to practice, hopefully next time i would have improved.

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    Smile Arms and Legs

    Been practicing the Arms and Legs. It's so difficult, and i apologize for the anatomical mistakes. With enough practice i'll improve. I've been working on the torso as well, Follygon your references are brilliant i definitely see where i went wrong now. I'm thinking more about the muscle insertions now instead of just thinking about the shape. Sorry that i haven't completed an update of the torso but i'll sculpting the whole body at some point and i'll show that instead.






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