This week's homework from drawing class: the arm muscles of the human anatomy, now color-coded for your viewing convenience.
There is sadly no easy way out of getting anatomy down pat besides copying, copying, practicing, and copying diagrams again and again until it sticks. The arm in particular was a nightmare because of how the muscles often intertwine with each other, and some are buried underneath and barely visible at all. On the flip-side it should be easier to design the mechanical arm of one certain, blue character of mine.
I don't particularly consider this "art", but I thought I'd upload it anyway for those who might find it useful. These are copied from photocopies our teacher handed us, which came from some obscure anatomy book he didn't give us the name to. I'll try to find it out for those who are interested. I recommend getting your hands on a good human anatomy book if you really want to get good at it, and not to use these sketches. This is already a second-hand source from a second-hand source, and probably nowhere near as accurate as a professional's diagrams on account of how bad the photocopies were.--Sak