i hate to be a bother but i was wondering how you do anatomy for your drawings?
it’s no bother, but i’m sorry i’m really bad at explaining things lol
So, the biggest thing I cannot stress enough, is to use references, especially with complicated poses c:
I’m sure this isn’t the 100% correct way to do this, but it’s how I do my drawings.
I learned it’s helpful use a simplified skeleton like these ones I drew below. It all like, breaks down into using angles and shapes/lines.
I would suggest looking up videos, or trying to get an anatomy drawing book on life drawing and gesture, it helped me a whole lot. Also i think there are people on youtube who will have a stronger idea of how to explain breaking a pose down when you draw it c:
I generally come up with my own poses and then find references to help flesh them out, but for the sake of time;
I got my reference photo and I broke down her pose. I looked at how her shoulders are sloped, and which way her body is angled, and worked that into my simple skeleton. From there I start sketching and fleshing out the pose using the reference photo.
So then if you’re doing the opposite, and coming up with your own pose, I would draw the simple skeleton in the pose you want and then find a reference to help flesh it out and sometimes it’s gonna be several different references that you combine to fill in what you need.
This can be a tedious process to learn, but the more you practice it’ll start to come along easier, you’ll probably even find a way that works better for you c:
I hope this is helpful, again, I’m not the best at explaining things, but yeah,
try to learn how to simplify things down into shapes and use references and it’ll help you get going in the right direction c: