Anatomy of morphology by A. D. J Meeuse

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The limbs of the body should flow into each other, even if they are bent at extreme angles. 15. The figure in this example has his legs bent sharply, yet as you can see from the overlaid lines, the joints can still flow into each other. Now it is time to do a little practicing. 21 show examples of our virtual models posed in some action poses. Time yourself and draw a gesture drawing with the simplified skeleton. Give yourself only about 30 seconds to do each drawing. You might need to draw them more than once to get a good gesture drawing in that short of a time, but hang in there until you have captured the action in each figure.

This fatty tissue tends to smooth out some of the muscle definition, causing the female form to look smoother than the male figure. The female breast is one of the most distinguishing aspects of the female figure. The breasts are made up of fatty material and are not muscles. Because of this, the breasts tend to change shape as the figure moves to different positions. 7 shows the female figure from the back. From the back the female figure has a distinctive hourglass shape. The more slender the person, the more pronounced the hourglass shape of the figure.

Ulna. The ulna is the longer of the two lower-arm bones and is more firmly connected to the humerus near the back of the elbow. The ulna is near the surface, and if you run your hand from the back of the elbow to your wrist, you can feel the hard surface of this bone. ✎ Radius. The radius is also connected to the humerus, but not as firmly as the ulna. It is also more responsible for the movement of the wrist. ✎ Hand bones. There are 27 bones in the hand and fingers, running from the wrist to the tips of the fingers.

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