Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Muscles over the skeleton

Its been hours that I'm working on these muscles. It's a complex thing and it takes a loooot of time for people that is not used to see people without skin.
I am 1 week later on this assignment, but I'm glad that we had the drawing class and we've been introduced to bones and muscles too. It's really good when the classes talk about the same subject!
Than I remembered that I brought from Brasil the book Anatomy for the artist, and I am looking at the muscles and trying to rebuild them in 3d. After a long time this is what I have....... so I'm going to read about directing because I'm already tired of trying to put all these ctrl vertexes in the right place, and later I come back to work.

1 comment:

  1. Looking at what you have so far, the Latissimus Dorsi Muscle (the Lats) stretches too far forward on the ribs. This muscle forms the back wall of the Axlia (commonly called the armpit), and should look somewhat like the stretch of a bat-wing if seen from the front. On a swimmer, its the muscle that gives his/her torso a characteristic upside-down triangle shape.

    Also, the pectoralis major (the chest muscle) needs to stretch up onto the shoulder and tuck underneath the Deltoid (shoulder muscle).

    -Andrew K