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CDs quick Shoulder tutorial by mayshing CDs quick Shoulder tutorial by mayshing
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As requested. :P Now i will go back to animating.

Anatomy shoulder area tutorial, dos and don'ts.

Edit: added different kinds of common stiffness.

Edit 2: this tutorial only serves your conceptual purpose, showing you what is the correct base to use for construction.

How to use this tutorial: Start by applying the base shown in the tutorial, keep the moveable parts of the shoulders in mind when you practice.


What this tutorial will not do:
- It doesn't help you with proportional/perspective problems comes with using the construction.


-it won't improve your skill unless you go and find more references and practice.

See: :iconartistshospital: for general anatomy references and tutorials.
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Miam-Pepin Jan 29, 2013  Student Digital Artist
helpfull thanks =)
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:iconforgotten-moon:
thank you. all your tutorials are so amazing and have helped me become a better artist. i had stopped drawing for years and was trying to get back into the swing of things but i had become frustrated because i was only good at refrence art. but your tips and helpful hints has allowed me to branch off from this and be better than when i took a break
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mayshing Oct 10, 2012  Professional Filmographer
ur welcome. :)
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Squibley Jul 15, 2012  Student General Artist
Heheh,CD used to be a nickname of mine <3
This tutorial is really gonna help!
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:iconreigndrac:
Just a quick question; if you wanted to draw a biped that had two sets of arms, (like Machamp from pokemon, for example,) how would tose connect together in relation to the rest of the torso? I've been working on a project and can't seem to get that part to look natural.
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mayshing Jun 22, 2012  Professional Filmographer
i will treat it like its a tumor on his back. lol The style allows it to work without the proper anatomy.
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DarkyCakeDoodles Apr 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I may need to review this when I have the time. Thank you so much for making this!
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:iconcookies-and-caco:
Thank you very much for making this. I was having difficulty with the shoulders and this came along. :D
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Sofferslof Jun 12, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This was very helpful :D Thank you so much for making this!
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