Not a bad start, but some of the muscles seem to be going a bit into the wrong directions. What looks like the rips, for example, are not the rips, but in fact muscles (Serratus Anterior)that normally go nearly horizontally into the latissimus (Lattisimus Dorsi), the muscle from under the arms or side of the torso to the back. I'm not an expert, but I did some amount of examining the visible musclulator in a perfectly unacademical way, haha. Also, observe how muscles seem to weave in and out of each other, like baskets, if you know what I mean. Naturally those exact muscles are an excellent showcase for that, but for example, where the muscles from the back of the upper leg lead into the kneecap, the next muscle group towards the lower leg comes out from underneath them...again kind of like weaving. You do have the idea of it, but it looks rather like an illustration of that phenomenon instead of the actual shapes... anyway, it's getting there!
That's a fun site, actually...just remembered that one: muscularsystem
Wasa: I gess you speak about lack of muscles on scapula and triceps is kinda off right? pixellegolas: I'm afraid my machine would explode while making these Taron: I checked these Serratus Anterior, and looks like they come from back of scapula so they kinda radiate from bottom of it. I will remember about this. tdachel: here is the hand (but as new project). They are kinda my weakest spot as you can see:
thx, michaelw: this time I wanted more of old guys hand, just to show of some tendons, skin, wrinkles, veins ets. So you are right, its kinda emaciated, old hands. quirkusmandible: thx, glad you liked it
I got into some of the other 3d tools for a while, Silo, Zbrush... went to the forums, got really weary of the endless tirades and discussions about musculature/anatomy - - too medical for me. 10 fingers, 10 toes and a nose. I like the Jack Davis anatomy course (from Mad Magazine)
Last Edit: Jun 1, 2010 11:42:08 GMT 1 by nateowens