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Old 11 November 2010   #1
learning anatomy

Starting from the top i guess. I'd like as much critique as possible.







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Old 12 December 2010   #2
adding muscles

I've begun adding the muscles to the face. I'm having trouble finding the exact placement of the muscels surrounding the mouth as every image i find seems to be different. The zygmaticus muscle for example i don't think i got right. At the moment they are all seperate objects but i think i'd get a more accurate result if i combined them, because some do join in reality for example the orbicularus has a number of muscels that seem to branch off of it; would that be right?



It's not visible in this image but the temporalis is connected to the jaw bone around the coronoid process.

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Old 12 December 2010   #3


Of course in real life the form of the head can be different, and flat back is common in Asian people, but in a classical view it has proportions I outlined.
 
Old 02 February 2011   #4
Here is a (confusing) formula chart. Things look pretty good for the standard skull, There are only a few minor problems that I noticed.



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