Don’t let your eyes fool you—drawing a human may seem like a walk in the park, but trust me, it’s a form of art that takes years of practice to master.
You see, it’s not only about shapes and proportions, but rather about super complex skeletal and muscular systems that should be laid out on paper in such a way that they seem multi-dimensional and in motion. Imagine: there are 650 named skeletal muscles in our bodies that form the composition of the body. And that means they do reflect on paper.
One Thai artist named Wannarit Karin, who founded the ART of Anatomy academy, has mastered these anatomical drawing skills so well, he’s now passing his knowledge to upcoming painters. “I have been invited to be a lecturer for figure painting classes and have organized workshops for various organizations and companies,” the artist says on his website.
Wannarit’s anatomical drawings unravel the complex parts of the human body, from tendons and ligaments to joints and muscle tissue. So, let’s take a look at his…