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Male Torso Anatomy 2012

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Did this one a few years ago.

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And it's obvious I need practice.


These are not original poses... but rather me trying to get where all the parts go.

Swing by and check out my anatomy course.

For those using Udemy, my course is on there now
www.udemy.com/how-to-draw-comi…
Cubebrush
cbr.sh/pvtn4t
And, just loaded up on skillshare as well
skl.sh/2D8cdOx
But I think the best deal is still on HTDCs
www.howtodrawcomics.net/how-to…
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D3pressedR4inbow's avatar
OH my god this is an INCREDIBLE reference! INCREDIBLE - BBiEaL [Baldi] 
anredera's avatar
The muscles in various poses are shown in detail! It's great! Thank you very much! La love 
xearsol's avatar
this have been really helpful to me. thank you
utopiascosmicas's avatar
ViconVietCong's avatar
This is very useful to me! Thank you very much!
kellyHyuga's avatar
hey friend very useful you don`t have female torzo that will be very useful
JoeWillsArt's avatar
BringerOfStorms's avatar
Bottom right looks like a pose from Shawn Ray from back in the day.

Nice work on these.

~BoS
AngelCrusher's avatar
Great study man.
originalnameless's avatar
This is a must have tutorial for anyone who loves drawing muscles! I'll tell my friends about this :iconmonkeythumbplz:
LymanDally's avatar
These are great practice drawings! IMO it takes years of study and practice to get an instinctive feel for muscle shapes/functions/positions. I used to teach anatomy at the Joe Kubert School and had the students try two things: one was to trace over a bodybuilding photo, and then try to redraw the muscles/figure w'out any tracing, using an anatomy book as further reference. Another was to have them do dumbbell exercises (yes, the school bought hand weights for my class for this purpose) for specific muscles and then have the students (after a short break) go back and put what they "felt" into an action figure drawing. Your drawings are nicely focused on detail, and worthy of comment if you don't mind so. Ultimately you'll be comfortable leaving out some detail and still create a figure that looks powerful and accurate!
Juggertha's avatar
Yeah, you'r first exercise is what a lot of these are. I actually took "simplified" character shots, and added in where I though the muscle detail would fall.

As for the lifting of weights, that reminds me - off to the gym! lol
thesenileauthor's avatar
Nice man..so you drew this based on normal pictures and just draw all the muscles?
Juggertha's avatar
From all different sources. Some were from bodybuilding shots, others were from simplified animations... But just added in the anatomy.
thesenileauthor's avatar
I think I will try that swell. Seems like a great idea
odiedogg's avatar
Juggertha this is awesome. This is very helpful also. I myself am trying to get better at the human body, and I'm glad you put this together. :)
Juggertha's avatar
Thanks, got any practice you've posted up?
odiedogg's avatar
Not yet but will soon hopefully. I'm in the middle of moving to Colorado, working, and college. I'm going to try :D
PresidentNelson's avatar
If you ever end up with a extra $40 or someone doesn't know what to get you for your birthday check out David Finch's anatomy DVD....was super helpful to me.... [link]
kinda addicting though as you start buying more and more of them...
Great work yo....
Juggertha's avatar
Cool, bid. Will check it out.
TheShadowFade's avatar
Looks great, my friend.
Juggertha's avatar
Thanks a lot, Fade.
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