Gray's Anatomy - Posterior surface of the forearm. Superficial muscles.

tricyclesinskirts: Henry Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body: Posterior surface of the forearm, superficial muscles. Note how there aren’t any muscles in the fingers. Your fingers are controlled by tendons that connect to muscles in the forearm.

Step 1: Skeleton Sketch your basic structure outline. For the torso we will of course need the vertebrae, ribcage and pelvis. Don't worry about sketching these the -exact- shape of the actual bones...

Basic Female Torso Tutorial by timflanagan. I want to use this to make a drawing of the female titan from AoT

Skull to Pelvis Back Bones/Muscles by BillyDoubleU on DeviantArt

I really like this half and half detailed drawing of a persons body. I feel that it connects to theme well because of how natural bones are.

alecshao: “ Gunther von Hagens, acid-corrosion cast of the arteries of the adult human hand and forearm ”

Blood inside the body? alecshao: “ Gunther von Hagens, acid-corrosion cast of the arteries of the adult human hand and forearm ”

After overlaying thousands of portraits by ethnicity this artist rendered them into single people to better understand facial similarities and differences.

The best colour palette

This is absolutely beautiful! After overlaying thousands of portraits by ethnicity this artist rendered them into single people to better understand facial similarities and differences.

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