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Old 11 November 2013   #1
Feedback on my first anatomy study

Hey,there is not much to say I guess,this is my first anatomy study and I would like some feedback on it.Might not necessarily get into smaller details but rather the big eye popping ones perhaps first.Do not mind the legs and feet for now.Thank yous.

http://i.imgur.com/5GUO2Er.png

http://i.imgur.com/hB8ivg8.png

http://i.imgur.com/18wZfCT.png

http://i.imgur.com/VoJctNh.png
 
Old 12 December 2013   #2
Reference skeleton: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Human-Skeleton.jpg
Neck muscles reference: http://anatomyproartifex.blogspot.c...variations.html

In my opinion:
-The ends of the clavicle at the neck is far too low or the angle at which they dip is too steep. They should be just slightly lower than horizontal.
-There's a little valley that cuts into the chest below the clavicles; that should be more flat past the clavicles because of the sternum.
-The sternocleidomastoid (the most visible neck muscle on your model) appears as if it attaches to the middle of the chest as well as midway across the clavicle. It should look more as if it only attaches to the inner corner of the clavicle at the end nearest the neck. (This is actually the part that attaches to the sternum. The muscle attaches to the both the clavicle and the sternum, but the part that actually attaches to the clavicle is rather flat and is usually hard to see.)
 
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