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The Madonna with Canon van der

muscles, 41, 45-46 pectoral muscles, 42 pelvis, 36

trapezius muscles, 42 male manikin, 27, 29 male skeleton, 38 mandible, 34, 60 manikin action line, 29, 95 bulk and dimension of figure, 27

creation, 27-29 defining shape and mass of body, 31 drawing, 29-31 male versus female, 29 muscle groups, 27-28 omitting details, 27 practicing, 31 proportions, 31 purpose of, 27 quickly sketching, 27 simplified skeleton, 29 surface detail, 27 working out compositions, 27

mass, 83 mass line, 81 meaningful writing, 100

messages in drawings, 86 metacarpals, 52-53 metatarsals, 56 Michelangelo, 2, 8, 126-127 models, 3

better illumination, 145 center of body to tip of finger, 11

detailed, 73 facial features, 73 fatigue, 168

fingertip to fingertip, 11 hiring, 2

holding pose indefinitely, 159 lighting and poses, 76 limitations of live, 157 photographic reference, 4 posing, 4 proportionally, 73 unavailable, 2 Mona Lisa, 113, 124 monotony and shapes, 109 morgue, 4-5 mouth, 60-61, 63, 69 movement extreme, 160 feeling of, 78 implied, 126 natural limits, 160 thick and thin lines, 103 moving parts, 1 moving point of view, 165-166

multiple figures drawn in relation to each other, 163

more dynamic pose, 164 moving point of view, 165-166 moving pose to extreme of motion, 164 in scale with each other, 164

muscle locomotion, 3 muscles, 33-34, 40-48, 53 deltoids, 28 female, 38, 46-47 hand, 53 head, 60

latissimus dorsi, 28 male figure, 46 pubic symphysis, 36 ribcage as anchor for, 36 tension of, 83

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