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Anatomical Sketch Series I by Gorrem Anatomical Sketch Series I by Gorrem
First of a series of anatomical studies I've had to do for my anatomy class. From top left clockwise=> Acromium process (connection of scapula and clavical); upper back muscles (trapezius, deltoid, teras major/minor, etc.); upper chest muscles (pectoralis, deltoid, serratus anterior, etc); and the bones of the torso (ribcage, spine, pelvis, etc.). All done with mechanical pencils, scanned from my sketchbook.
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ghaleon25 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2012  Student General Artist
This is really amazing work. I notice it's been 7 years since it was submitted but for someone like myself, who still struggles with anatomy despite all the improvement I've made over the past year, this is invaluable. I read in one of the comments that you used a book by Peck. Would you suggest this to someone of mediocre skill level or is it for more advanced learning?
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Psyartista9 Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Student General Artist
Fantastic observations! Well done.
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MrsGorbatschow Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
this is awsome! good work :-)
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:iconholonick:
holonick Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Nicely done! I would love to see more of these!
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NanaCasas Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Love your sketch! Well done! :0)
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OrionsHavoc Featured By Owner May 16, 2011   Digital Artist
.... wow, very nice.
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69RaW69 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2010
It's CRAZILY AWESOME !
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:iconmalifer:
Malifer Featured By Owner May 14, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
awesome studies. nice shot of where the clavical, scapular and humorous bone meet to make the staircase like bump on the shoulders.

another good study is the way the forearm bones twist.

I love anatomy. These are nice renderings.
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:iconthewesternwoods:
thewesternwoods Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2009   Writer
This is beautiful. Featured in my journal.
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:icongorrem:
Gorrem Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the feature!
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:iconpurwosanti:
Purwosanti Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2008
These are intense. really.
Its weird that they are so amazing...because your handwriting looks normal enough.
:)
just teasing.
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:iconilvoent:
Ilvoent Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2008
Tight ; >
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:iconpwnagekitten:
PwnageKitten Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's really fascinating! Human body is outstanding (male in this case)
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:icondpragan:
DPRagan Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2007
Useful info for all artist! Fave'd
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:iconfreezones:
freezones Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2007
It's amazing, i've been studying anatomy in my spare time but your work is on a completely different level then mine, like a million times better!!!
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:icondsil:
DSil Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2007  Student General Artist
Impressive accuracy and understanding of form.
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:icondrayfae:
drayfae Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
most impressive
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:iconchocozilla:
chocozilla Featured By Owner May 17, 2007
so sweet.
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:iconaxlfree:
axlfree Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2007
:aww: niice representation
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:iconlwarecki:
lwarecki Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2007
these are beautiful.
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:iconmystakaphoros:
Mystakaphoros Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
Stuff like this always makes me think Da Vinci... when it's good. And this is good.
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:iconmascimo:
Mascimo Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2006
Who are you? Da Vinci?
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:iconzweetchuck:
Zweetchuck Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:wow: advanced? hell yea!
...you rock
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:iconsertaca:
sertaca Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2006
like da vinci sketches.
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SpringAzure Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2006
I love the level of detail you gone into with these drawings. Nice rendering, especially on the bottom left piece which has a really nice sense of depth.
Reminds me; I got to do some more studies.
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Podge-TheFallen Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2006
the bone angles and topography are great, and the axial skeleton stuff is especially nice.
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Arooga Featured By Owner May 20, 2006
reminds me of leo da vinci's work...

quick question.. when you paint digitally do u use layers (i realise this drawing is pencil / graphite, but i'm talking here about your other works)
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Gorrem Featured By Owner May 21, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you for commenting on my work!

Yes I do use layers, often I will either A) seperate the line art from the white of the paper and paint underneath or B) color over the lines using a multiply or overlay layer.
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ButtZilla Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2006
Wooo I love this, very nice! :)
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Celestial-SeraphiMan Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2005   Writer
So you're working on anatomy...good for you! Might I suggest "Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist" by Peck?
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:icongorrem:
Gorrem Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
we used peck in class actually, good book!
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Huitanot Featured By Owner May 16, 2005  Hobbyist
Just awsome... I love anatimy!!! and thats so good!!!! realy good
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NienteMateria Featured By Owner May 15, 2005   Traditional Artist
I wish I could say something useful, but I can't, this is just great.
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:iconmaverickudo:
maverickudo Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2005
that's hot. i need to learn anatomy. lack of focus in a lot of places. when you coming back??
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:icongorrem:
Gorrem Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you! I'll be coming in one weekend at least before school is over.
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AGSanchezYo Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
These are really good.
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LeyWink Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2005  Professional General Artist
At the risk of sounding odd.... nice pelvis. LoL. I always had trouble drawing those.

Beautiful work.
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:icondaikun:
Daikun Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2005   General Artist
Wow. Those are nice, it must of taken a long time.
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:iconsmoon:
smoon Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2005
Very nice!
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:iconbiomek:
biomek Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
Great JOB!!
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:icon883design:
883design Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2005
very neat, I like the detail. how much time did you have for each sketch?
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:icongorrem:
Gorrem Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks,

About 1-2 hours.
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Will--Helm Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2005   Traditional Artist
this is brilliant. what brand of mechanical pencils do you use?...
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:icongorrem:
Gorrem Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you,

I don't have loyalty actually, but I like Sumos because the telescoping erasers are nice and they are fat for a good grip.
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Cesium-137 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2005
fantastic sketches. i recommend this training for anyone who wants to draw humanoid figures. i am certain it will be of assistance.
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:iconincubuscharm:
incubuscharm Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2005
Very nice renderings..:)
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:iconsphish:
sphish Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2005
that must be one sweet sketchbook. i love sketchbooks.
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:iconthetrieckel:
TheTrieckel Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2005
beautiful job, its definitely something i've wanted to undertake:nod:
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:icongoatz:
goatz Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2005
ahh ze perfection.. ;___;
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sobreiro Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2005  Professional General Artist
Ah, anatomy classes, how I envy you...
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