Forward Head Posture Fix

Forward Head Posture Fix

This ebook guide teaches you the muscles that you need to work to make sure that you have excellent posture all day long, and that you will have the benefits that go along with good posture. You will be able to get rid of many headaches, brain fog, and aching neck muscles by using this workout. There is no need to look old! Stooping is the sign of old age Even if you are an older person you too can work out this muscle group to give you the powerful posture of a much younger person! This bad posture that we are correcting is called texting neck. It comes when you look down at something (like a book or your phone) too often, which puts a huge strain on your neck. You will learn how to fix this problem and help your neck to be in better shape today. Your neck is supposed to remain vertical; we can help put it back where it goes to make sure that you stay healthy for years to come. Read more here...

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Cascading Light And Shade

Light Shade Drawing Lamp

Two figures I will use the light slanting across the table to create the higher values on the tiles behind. The woman feeding the child and the man in the red coat (dark against light) are the reverse of the four others who are light against dark. I will use a white bonnet for the woman feeding the child as it will help define here head position.

Create a Comfortable Workspace

Regardless of where you work, you need to be aware of your posture. Working digitally is obviously different from working over a piece of paper, especially in how your body is positioned. So, you can't hunch over your work quite the same way you do with traditional tools.

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Charcoal Drawing The Human Posture

Upright posture is maintained by the sacrospinalis muscles in the back, which bind the spine tightly to the pelvis and hold the torso erect, and by the gluteus maximus muscle of the buttock, which holds the trunk upright on the legs. As we noted in Chapter 2, strong ligaments at the front of the groin prevent backward articulation of the thigh, while others at the back of the knee prevent forward articulation of the knee joint. In a normal standing posture, the hip is slightly forward of the body's centre of gravity and the knee is slightly behind. These two joints are locked in opposition to each other, providing a perfect supporting structure.

Structure And Proportion

How Draw Manga Bodies And Anatomy

In old age the flexor muscles tend to shorten. This causes the body, when it is in a normal standing posture, to have a general bowed' shape, with rounding of the shoulders as the upper back (the dorsal spine) increases its natural curvature and the neck thrusts the face forward. Even when the body is relaxed, the arms and legs remain slightly flexed.

Rib cage

The front end (or top) of the sternum is called the manubrium. It may be bony or predominantly cartilaginous (called the cariniform cartilage). The first pair of ribs articulates with it. In four legged animals, it is either pointed or flattened side to side, and may project forward beyond the articulation with the first ribs. In primates, the manubrium articulates with well developed clavicles it, as well as the rest of the sternum, is wide, flat, and faces forward. Some of the neck muscles descending from the head attach to the front (or top) of the manubrium (or its cartilage). This junction becomes the point at which the front profile of the neck meets the profile of the chest. Called the point of the chest, it remains fixed in space regardless of the position of the head and neck, as long as the trunk remains stationary. This point is approximately level with the point of the shoulder in horses. The depression found above the manubrium and between the descending muscles on either...

Method

Shadows The Face

Continue to refine your sketch and carefully position the details of the face, i.e. the eyes, the nose, the mouth and the ears. Note that the subdivision of the face into three sections is just indicative. Try to find in each individual the specific relative proportions and stick to them to achieve a likeness. This stage is very important as it lays the ground for the subsequent development of the drawing. Also try to recognize and lightly sketch trie main anatomic structures (the subcutaneous bones, the surface muscles, etc). Here, for example, I have indicated the protruding cheekbones and front bone, the position of the orbicularis oris, masseter and sternocleidomastoid muscles. Again, draw light strokes with an H pencil or, if you prefer an HB.

The Muscles

Connection Between Ear And Eye

The muscles of the head are divided into two groups the muscles of facial expression, responsible for physiognomic expressions and the muscles of mastication, which move the jaw. They become stratified on the cranial bones whose external shape they follow pretty closely, as they are very thin. Also study the main neck muscles because, inevitably, they appear in nearly all portraits. STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID

The chest

Sternocleidomastoideus

This is a large, flat bone that connects the clavicles and ribs at the front of the body, and serves as the anchor point for the pectoral muscle, and a few neck muscles. When you breathe in, this bone moves forward and upward. Sternocleidomastoideus Figure 2.4. Sternocleidomastoideus and trapezius

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