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    Academic work from my time at Columbus College of Art & Design in 2010, Figure drawing and Anatomy classes. Sorry for the parchment that looks li… Read More
    Academic work from my time at Columbus College of Art & Design in 2010, Figure drawing and Anatomy classes. Sorry for the parchment that looks like skinny.... hoping to fix that creepiness soon. Read Less
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The following anatomy sketches were created during a Human Anatomy course I took at Columbus College of Art & Design, which covered the most prominent muscular and skeletal structures in the body and was a great practice of scale and proportion to lay down the ground-work for understanding the fundamentals of figure drawing.
 
 
 
 
It's fascinating that now-a-days a properly trained Industrial Designer is on the cusp of creating functional 3D-printable Anatomy,
applying that Applied Science or Fine Arts Degree to improve the lives of those in need.
 
 
As a product designer always looking to improve my understanding, I am fascinated by the human body and how it functions as a whole of many parts, it is truly one of the most impressively engineered designs to learn from in this World. Practically every wo/man-made object with ergonomically-savvy design applied is created to work in harmony with our human make-up, and the many factors and restraints that come with it.
 

I hope these notes from a Class I took at Columbus College of Art & Design help those who are interested,
and please let me know if you see any mistakes! After all, no body is perfect!