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BUY 2, GET 1 FREE Add two prints to your shopping cart and proceed to checkout. Enter the name and size of the third free print (the same or smaller size as the first two) in the 'Add Note' field on the checkout page. I will see this note with your order and will definitely include the free print with your purchase. If you don't leave any note, I will add one free poster for you of my choice. Hand Bone Print Human Anatomy Skeleton Vintage Illustration Print Antique Book Plate Print Please…

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Description a quick doodle to help me get the differences in anatomy down for male and female.. I still struggle. I hope someone finds this helpful.

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“Personal Note: Bone Structure Of The Legs Structure of the calf to foot Patreon https://t.co/yP7x7OxHZN FANBOX https://t.co/DBEkZTI23w”

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How to Draw Legs for Beginner Artists - This first lesson is all about how to draw legs! I go over the shape of legs, drawing male legs vs. drawing female legs, drawing the knees and thighs, and basic human anatomy. If you love this lesson, pin it and follow me here on Pinterest!

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The organs of the ear are much larger, deeper and more sensitive than most realize, but this chart displays this notion very well. It includes beautiful illustrations of the ear drum, auditory ossicles, temporal bone, cochlea, and interior, middle and exterior ear. Perfect for teachers and students, doctors, patients or just enthusiasts, this laminated poster comes with two brass grommets for easy hanging and is 27.55 x 39.37 inches in dimension.

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Description Here we find the first of my new Anatomy Studies, the torso of the skeleton. I thought it was about time to actually learn the inner workings of the figures I draw all day every day, so here we go. I'm pleasantly surprised to find I'm actually enjoying the process quite a bit. This drawing took me about a week, 10 - 20 minutes a day.

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