Anatomy Practice with Rogue

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    Matthew Lim

    I felt some of my previous pieces lacked a good sense of anatomical correctness so I decided to renew my skills and take a few stabs at practicing my anatomy. I don't much like backs so I decided to practice on that first. There are a few things I don't like about how this one turned out but for the most part I'm happy with how the muscles turned out, which is what I was mostly concentrating on.

    I might be taking another stab at the front once I'm feeling up to it.


    That's lovely!  I think the lower right leg could do with being moved a little bit to the left, but that's a beautiful sketch.  I love the shading and the way you've rendered the musculature.  Thanks for posting, man!

    Muscle Growth Nut

    Wow. That is quite impressive, Maniac. And if I had any grasp of anatomy myself, I'd go into more detail. But I don't, so I'm gonna give you a big ol' thumbs up.

    Trent Harlow

    Looks great, can't wait to see the front half


    Looks great!

    The only thing that looks "off" to me is the right leg is so much bigger than the left leg.  I can't tell if that's for future perspective or just a minor detail…

    Anyway, great work!


    You should be happy at how the back turned out.  It's pretty awesome. 

    As stated before that right leg could use some tweaking.

    I actually started typing out this long-winded response going into perspective, foreshortening, etc. when I realized that this is the only piece of art I have ever seen by you.  I didn't want to go on and on and insult your intelligence when you might already know exactly what I was going to say.  BUT if not, I shall have a response detailing the likes of figure drawing that the WORLD HAS NEVER KNOWN.

    And they told me I was wasting my life with my Studio Arts BFA.


    Well done.


    O.O I need to work on mine…

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