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sacrum, 36 sad, 89

sample figure and balanced pose, 79

sartorius muscle, 43 scapula, 34, 37, 42 scenes lighting, 133 mood, 146

moving point of view, 165 secondary action lines, 92-93 serratus anterior, 42 shading, 84-85, 96, 110

figures, 149-154 from light to dark, 8 shadow area, 138-140, 153-154 shadows, 111-112, 136

adjusting, 144 areas too light, 149 cast shadow, 140-141 core shadow, 139 diffused edge, 141 shadow area, 154 too light areas, 154 shady area lighting, 148 shaking hands, 86-87 shapes, 167-168

centered, 106 circle, 106 defining, 107 dominant, 106 emphasizing, 106-107

equal size, 106 heart, 106 monotony, 109 negative, 107-108 not completely drawn, 113 overlapping, 107 placing, 108-110 positive, 108 silhouette of, 105 square, 106 symbolic meaning, 105 tangents, 109 unwanted inclusion, 110 shinbone, 37 shoulder blade, 34 shoulders, 11, 20, 42, 82 silhouette of shapes, 105 simplified figure, 17, 19-20 simplified skeleton, 17, 31 Sistine Chapel, 127 six-pack, 43 skeletal muscles, 40 skeletons, 1, 36-37 bones, 34-40 defining, 150

drawing manikin guide, 30

lightly drawing, 30

mandible, 34

photographs, 21

roughing in over action line, 22

scapula, 34

skull, 34

sketching same pose from different angles, 31

skull, 34, 59-60, 63 smooth muscles, 40 social situations, 8 soft and hard tissue, 33 solidity, 111 spine, 19, 36, 82 square, 106

standard unit of measurement, 10

sternomastoids, 42 sternum, 36 stiff figures, 24 straight lines, 91 strong light, 149 studio lighting, 133 studying anatomy, 2 superhuman characters and impossible poses, 77-78 surprise, 86-87, 89 sutures, 59

symbolic meaning, 105 symmetrical designs, 115 symmetry, 115-117

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