By Uldis Zarins, Sandis Kondrats
226 web page so much easy-to-use human anatomy advisor for artists, explaining the human physique in an easy demeanour. The ebook includes keys to realizing building in a right away, easy-to-follow, and hugely visible demeanour. paintings scholars, 3D sculptors and illustrators alike will locate this handbook a realistic starting place upon which to construct their wisdom of anatomy - a vital history for someone wishing to attract or sculpt simply and with self belief! during this publication you will discover the main the $64000 muscle mass, features and activities of the human physique. Over 500 drawings illustrate the variety from uncomplicated anatomy reports to extra complicated tutorials. greater than 250 photographs were drawn over, revealing the muscle mass.
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THIS IS WHY "TYPICAL FEMALE CURVES" APPEAR. muscles GB GLUTEAL BAND – CREATES SKIN FOLD. WHEN THE THIGH IS FLEXED, GLUTEAL FOLD DISAPPEARS WHEN THE LEG IS STRAIGHT, POPLITEAL FAT PAD POPS OUT! EXTREMELY FATLESS (DRY) BODY CASE.
IT IS THE SERRATUS ANTERIOR MUSCLE, PUSHING THE LATISSIMUS DORSI OUTWARD FROM BENEATH. SERRATUS ANTERIOR IS A MUSCLE THAT ORIGINATES ON THE SURFACES OF THE 1ST TO 8TH RIBS ON THE LATERAL CHEST AND INSERTS ALONG THE ENTIRE ANTERIOR LENGTH OF THE MEDIAL BORDER OF THE SCAPULA. 1/4 AND SIDE VIEW FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY OF GOMESH KARNCHANAPAYAP, 10/56 TOWNPLUS RAMA 9 KRUNGTHEP KREETHA, BANGKOK 10240 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY EXONICUS LLC 50 BROADEST MUSCLE OF THE BACK (LATISSIMUS DORSI – LD) NOTE: THESE TWO SAUSAGES ARE NOT LD.
BONES 2 MUSCLES 3 1 4 5 1 LATERAL END OF COLLARBONE (CLAVICLE) 2 HEAD OF HUMERUS PUSHES SHOULDER MUSCLE (DELTOID) OUTWARD. 3 TRAPEZIUS 4 LATERAL HEAD OF SHOULDER MUSCLE (DELTOID) 5 LATERAL HEAD OF TRICEPS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY OF GOMESH KARNCHANAPAYAP, 10/56 TOWNPLUS RAMA 9 KRUNGTHEP KREETHA, BANGKOK 10240 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY EXONICUS LLC 42 SHOULDER MUSCLE (DELTOID) 43 FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY OF GOMESH KARNCHANAPAYAP, 10/56 TOWNPLUS RAMA 9 KRUNGTHEP KREETHA, BANGKOK 10240 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY EXONICUS LLC SHOULDER MUSCLE (DELTOID) HAS 3 SECTIONS: FRONT (ANTERIOR PART), MEDIAL (LATERAL PART) AND BACK (POSTERIOR PART) FRONT MEDIAL BACK TOP VIEW FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY OF GOMESH KARNCHANAPAYAP, 10/56 TOWNPLUS RAMA 9 KRUNGTHEP KREETHA, BANGKOK 10240 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY EXONICUS LLC 44 WHICHEVER WAY YOU TURN YOUR ARM, THE DELTOID’S LOWER, TAPERED END IS ALWAYS ON THE “B” SURFACE!
Anatomy for Sculptors: Understanding the Human Figure by Uldis Zarins, Sandis Kondrats