Anatomical Drawings

I used the ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ book as reference to draw these images (my ability to fill a page has struck again!). Although they took a while, i thoroughly enjoyed drawing them because i got to analyse the actual structure of a pelvis and understand it from the inside. For these particular images, i was able to see the key differences between the male and female pelvis’.

I used a gouache wash to cover the background and drew the image in Indian ink with an ink nib pen.

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Anatomical Drawings

Stacey Baker – Citilegs

This project is called ‘Citilegs’. I first stumbled across the project on instagram. The way the photographs were set up really interested me because they are all taken from the torso down. You don’t see anybodies faces, but they all still have personality. I’m not really sure what the aim of this project is, i just think it is fab!

 

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@stace_a_lace – Stacey Baker

 

It is one of those feeds that you just find yourself scrolling and scrolling and scrolling. I cannot stop looking at it! I find it fascinating the varieties of shapes women are. There are some fantastically shaped women in this project!

 

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@stace_a_lace – Stacey Baker

 

This project stood out for me because it is something i could explore when looking at bums. The set up is really simple but it works. Having a plain but interesting background enables you to focus on the subject in the middle of the photo.

 

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@stace_a_lace – Stacey Baker

References (all images) –

Baker, S. (c2016). Stace_a_lace. Retrieved 27 March, 2016, from https://www.instagram.com/stace_a_lace/?hl=en

Stacey Baker – Citilegs