EDIT: Like I have mentioned, there are always subtle differences between anatomy standards and not all people are conform to these standards either. I won't say these drawings are 100% correct but I also won't say these are ridiculously out of this world. Therefore, I welcome any feedbacks or standards which I could have never heard of. Do share.
Got myself a new anatomy book this Friday. Super inspired again. XD
Drawing the front is alright but I need to understand more on the back anatomy. There's always this subtle differences between the sources references online and books and I don't really know which is more accurate.
In case it's hard to tell, the skulls are there as visual indicators. Drew those in to add value to this otherwise boring drawing. The base of the chest should be a head long from the base of the chin. Distance between the base of the chest to the naval should be another one head long.
It will make sense if the legs were included. I like drawing things big to allow more details. Each of these were drawn on A4 paper which had already took up the whole paper space. That leaves the legs for another day. Haha~
This is the best muscle study i have found, anywhere, and i've searched a lot. I hate to ask or commission this, but I don't think I could express how grateful I would be if you did either more female studies or a female study in this style. Either way I love your work and am really grateful for the reference.