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11/09/2018

Thomas Kinkade A New Day at the Cinderella

Although we must study the bones of our opponents separately, we must recognize the importance of the overall consideration of the bones of the handles (the feet, the thorax and the head). There are two arches - an arch (D) at the junction of the wrist and palm and a half arch (E) at the end of the palm, which are most useful for the structure of the hand. These arches can naturally be used as structural lines of the hand.

 

Our upper and lower limbs are very similar in many places. This seems to the painter to make sketching easier. If you have a lot of anatomy about the upper limbs, then the lower limbs naturally learn a lot, and vice versa. Our elbows are forward and the knees are backwards, which is good, but they have been screwed up during the long evolution. With this in mind, it is necessary to study the significant similarities between the upper arm and the thigh, forearm and calf in terms of muscle and bone, like Da Vinci, especially the similarities between the hand and the foot.

(by http://www.thomas-kinkade-prints.org/A-New-Day-at-the-Cinderella-Castle)

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