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Well not recent. I made these model drawings at art school some 25 years ago.  

This is my friend’s stuff. He’s so god damn good and has finally started sharing his drawings and paintings on Instagram.     

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Braintree, the neck muscle in your drawing vanishes, it should follow the outer line of the neck somehow. #protip

 

Thanks for the tip. I wasn't sure if it's supposed to be like that or not since her character has all kinds of makeup on her. This is the image I was following:

 

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braintree have a look for some different views (side views are handy) of the neck muscles and it will make sense - those prominent ones at the front attach to the skull behind the jaw, also have a look at where the trapezius muscles attach and where the shoulder girdle is

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Thanks dudes! I'll look at some anatomy books and musculature diagrams.

 

Here's a sketch of a wizard on a dinosaur:

 

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