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How to Draw the Torso: Step by Step Tutorial + Free Practice Worksheet (Printable) — JeyRam : Art

Learn how to draw the torso of the human body using this worksheet and tutorial. Learning to draw people can be quite challenging but we can make the process much easier by simplifying down the forms. Practice using the worksheet on the site and draw lots in your sketchbook! Tons more art tutorials on anatomy available on the site to help you draw characters.

Tails Woman

Hello everyone! I need some feedback on this Tails woman. I sculpted this last year and would like to know what I should change on this model.

Photographs by Sophie Harris-Taylor that hope to spark an honest conversation about breastfeeding | Creative Boom

Realising that typical imagery of breastfeeding didn't exactly match up to the reality, London photographer Sophie Harris-Taylor decided to embark on a series that would explore what it's really li...

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Fibula | Bone Anatomy | Lower Limb | Skeletal System
In this lecture, why don’t we dive into the anatomy of a small bone located in our knee. This bone is called the patella or, in common terms, known as the kneecap. Visually learn all the anatomical landmarks and muscle attachments that make the patella such an interesting and fascinating bone. The patella is a small, flat bone, and placed like an inverted triangle. It is however the largest sesamoid bone in our body. A sesamoid is any bone that is embedded within a tendon.
Femur | Bone Anatomy of Lower Limb Skeletal System Medical Student Lecture
sqadia.com brings you a series of Anatomy lectures on bones, in the human body.  This lecture is about the scapula. It is a large, flat, and triangular bone present in the upper back of the body. It also known as the shoulder blade.  It connects the upper limb to the trunk. It joins the humerus at the glenohumeral joint, and with the clavicle at the acromioclavicular joint.  The bone serves as a site for attachment for 17 muscles. They all form a complex network, that aid in arm movement.