Friday, September 15, 2006

Anatomy studies









I know, very long ago since my last post:) I still have a lot to do but i decided to post some new stuff from me because this blog is beginning to be boring if i do not.
I used as reference the book "Anatomy for Artist" from Sarah Simblet.

AAAAAAALRIGHTY THEN!!!

9 comments:

Dave Pryor said...

Ah - the real basics. I was just looking through a new anatomy book and said to myself that I needed to brush up.

Cool!

Alina Chau said...

Great anatomy study!

Bill Drastal Blog Mode!! said...

I agree with Dave, nothing like revisitng the basics from time to time. You realize alot of what you forget sometimes. Cool studies, very well done.

Yavuz said...

You´re absolutely right, guys. i would like to see some anatomy studies on your blogs. maybe one day? :)

Thanks for the kind words.

Hans said...

Wow, great anatomy studies! That's some good stuff to practice.

Hans

Shane P said...

Those look great. solid. Great attention to detail.

marcobucci said...

Great to see some serious anatomical studies out here in blog land! They're quite solid. Thanks for posting!

Marjolaine said...

Very interesting anatomy studies ! This year I attend classes of anatomy, that's so interesting to understand how does the body work :D

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