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Old 22-02-2009, 02:26 PM   #1
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Hy everyone, i just got a new tutorial and was inspired by it. So i thought i would recreate it and hope it will increase my knowledge of anatomy. So here is the skull.
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Old 22-02-2009, 03:29 PM   #2
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Here is the spine
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Old 22-02-2009, 06:07 PM   #3
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Here is my work so far and i am trying to create all the bones and create all of the muscles and place them exactly where they need to go.
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sounds like one helluva project. what tutorial is this that you're following? Looks good so far.
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Well i have the Zack Petrock Form of anatomy tutorial , where he shows in Zbrush how each muscle is placed. And even though i know some anatomy, i decidede to create my own skeleton model and place each muscle to enhance my knowledge of anatomy.Also this is a great exercise and the best way to learn anatomy.
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Made the arms. After i will finish the skeleton model i will use zbrush to create high detail specific to bones.
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hey - really nice job so far. looking forward to seeing how this progresses. keep an eye on your arms though - they are looking a bit too short.
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Yeah, the elbows should rest on the hips.
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Thanks alot guys for the comment, the images that i used were apparently wrong so i will make the arms longer.Here is closeup of the hands.
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Here is the pelvic bone and with this i will be able to make the arms longer
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Ok so you guys are right, i just mesurer my own arms and my elbow does align with the hips, and the hands reach to abouth the middle of the femur bone. So here is everything so far with the ajustments on the arms.
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Hey man, Looks good.

that tutorials superb, a worthy addition to anyone who wants to up their character work.
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Yes it is a good tutorial and if you follow along and make youre own model you will improve youre anatomy modeling and sculpting skills.
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Anothe update another bone. I think this bone is called the femur bone.
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Finished the legs, just need to make the feet and the skeleton model is done
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