I studied from Loomis, Hogarth, Bammes and Acland's anatomy. The last one is kinda medicine related, it's a set of videos that demonstrate real human muscles and bones and explain everything about them.
Thanks for the info. I really need to practice my anatomy. I have so a hard time with it, especially from the waist down. I can never seem to get the leg position with the body correct because of how the ribcage and pelvis are arched. Trying to do them in the 3/4th angle really makes it hard to correctly put downt he legs.
Well I still struggle when it comes to drawing full body from my memory. Sometimes I have no problems, sometimes it feels like I forget everything that I learned before. But I have to say this helped me a lot to understand the muscles, so when I use a reference, I can remember which muscle is where and how it looks like. I should really do more sketches like that
ahhh the refreshing creatorīs "hate" towards his own creations.... itīs still there.
Iīm drawing since Iīm in primary school, but Iīve reached my maximum skill pretty quickly... I havenīt bettered in YEARS! :-/ no matter how hard/long/often I try or how much I was paying for material and lessons. :I Itīs dragging me down. so be grateful for your skill! this is no offense, just a little reminder that there are people that want to be good like you, but canīt reach your skill.
I didn't mention anywhere that I'm not grateful for my skills. I am, without them I wouldn't be who I am now and my future probably would be completely different. All I'm saying - I could be better. And this thought pushes me to improve. You think it's a bad thought to think for an artist?