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Dirty Anatomy Lesson: Male Front View by SteveGibson Dirty Anatomy Lesson: Male Front View by SteveGibson
*Update: Unfortunately with doing things quick you make mistakes. I have fixed it now, the middle point is not the same as the trochanter line. If you don't know what I'm referring to please read my original front view anatomy tutorial here: [link]

This is based off of my last tutorial.

Making a tutorial is time consuming! So with this one I just wanted to do a quicky and get it done.

This one starts with the basic measurements but I also use an armature. The anatomy in this one is more accurate than the last also. In my opinion (and more interesting).

Any questions, please ask!
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zinotico Mar 8, 2014  New member
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:iconsoulger132:
hey I have a question. Is there anyway you can explain the trochanter line ? I dont really get the purpose of it.
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SteveGibson Dec 19, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
It's just a reference point. The trochanter line essential represents where the greater trochanter would be on either femur. It's good to use the skeleton as the basis of your drawings because the skeleton really is what gives structure to any animal. In this tutorial it's a good starting point for attaching the line of the legs and some of the muscles. Here is another tutorial that uses the trochanter line as a reference point: [link] and here is a different approach: [link]
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:iconsoulger132:
And the trochanter is like were the groin or crotch usually is right
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SteveGibson Dec 20, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Nope, the crotch is below the trochanter line.
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KandiSOUL Sep 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
what exactly IS the trochanter line? i've never heard of that before :|
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SteveGibson Sep 27, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Right! The trochanter line connects the two "greater trochanters", they are at the top of your femur bone. This tutorial is based off of this one: [link] (so go check that one out and it'll make everything a little bit clearer!) sorry bout the confusion, was just trying to do a quick tut :\
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KandiSOUL Sep 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks! sorry, i did see that tut but i didnt really read it. kinda just... skimmed over it. but thanks! it a helpful tut :)
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Rakimparrish Sep 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I been looking for a good one of the male torso, thanks brahda
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SteveGibson Sep 26, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
No problem, let me know if it helps you out at all.
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