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    Anatomy Project

    In an attempt to memorize anatomy, I'm attempting to put a musculature system on this simplified skeleton. Hopefully this keeps me motivated to finish.

    Tips or suggestions are welcome.
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    Gah, I'm running into problems. I may have to start over with a real skeleton.
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    i like it very much ,hahhahhah

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    Thanks, Achilles.

    What I'm doing now is taking photos and attempting to determine their underlying anatomy.

    This is what I got for Obama so far. I started in Illustrator, but I'm using Artrage for details.
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    Update to my bizarre project.
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    You're doing the opposite work than Leonardo did ... Terrific commitment!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    You guys are years ahead of me. WOW. Nice work guys.

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    Nah, I'm not years ahead of anyone. I only started studying anatomy like this a couple days ago, and according to Loomis, the anatomy of the head can be mastered in three nights of study.

    I highly recommend reading Andrew Loomis' books (starting with the Head/Hands book), because he doesn't just tell you how to do it, he provides encouragement (which I think is more valuable than his lessons)

    Also, I recommend downloading DAZ3D (while it's still free) from here: http://www.daz3d.com/

    They provide free models with accurate muscle structure. Great for referencing.

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    Really great idea. Thanks for the link to the software too. I'm going to try it.

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