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Anatomy - Human Arm Muscles

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Homework for LASALLE College of the Arts: Human arm anatomy, now colour-coded for viewing convenience.

I don't recommend using this as reference, it's not 100% accurate as I got lost several times.

Artwork © Shamine Athena King
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8zeck's avatar


Great work!!!!, i need this ^^

shiMusa's avatar
Thank you sooooooo much!!!! Arm muscles are one of the hardest body-parts do understand!
rchella's avatar
THANK YOU SM omg ,i need this <3 :*
jijisnum10's avatar
Wow this is awesome. I love that somebody around here likes anatomy.
sonitampan's avatar
very interesting technique
Emilion-3's avatar
CJackJambu489's avatar
Wow, thanks, i need it!
It's More Excellent Than the Leg's Tutorial! Really Great Job! Thanks for share to us this!
devilkais's avatar
Thanks for the guide dude ! And it looks delicious !
Hellypse's avatar
OMG, when I see that, I understand that I've no muscles... XD
Quarter-Virus's avatar
Me neither, what even is weight?
HerosLegend's avatar
Thank you for this. I'm practicing hands and arms now so this will help a lot.
Quarter-Virus's avatar
I'm glad you're finding this useful, but I would recommend using other resources as well, as this was copied from (bad quality) photocopies.
HerosLegend's avatar
I have, but this is still good to refer to. Thank you again.
The-Quill-Warrior's avatar
It looks really hard to draw a perfectly realistic human arm, but you made it so much easier with all these colour-coded muscles. Well done!
RebellingLemming's avatar
Thank you for doing this!
GottliebStudios's avatar
This is fantastic and informative.
spinor's avatar
Oh sorry, the link below doesn't work. Here is the picture again:

spinor's avatar
Thank you for the wonderful reference! 

I noticed a mistake while studying it. Maybe someone else has already pointed it out:â…
Quarter-Virus's avatar
It's not 100%; it's copied from a bad photocopy of an anatomy book.
CindyAvelino's avatar
hey, no problem ^^
can you pleae tell me what anatomy book you used? It will be very usefull =)
CindyAvelino's avatar
This is AWESOME!
IT's helping me a lot!
Thank youuuuuuuuuuuu
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