Shoulder blades reference

Explore the structure and function of the shoulder blades with this comprehensive anatomy reference. Learn how the shoulder blades contribute to posture, movement, and overall upper body strength.
Head In Arms Pose, Salute Pose, Looking Over Shoulder, Male Body Drawing, Human Anatomy Reference, Drawing Anatomy, Shoulder Bones, Anatomy Practice, Life Drawing Reference

Let’s talk about the shoulder blades. Recently, while evaluating my newest batch of teacher trainees during their teaching-intensive, I was surprised to hear the instructions to “move the shoulder blades toward the pelvis” when the arms were in the overhead position, such as in Urdhva Hastasana (Upward Salute Pose). I heard it in Virabhadrasana I … Continued

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Gregor Kari on Instagram: "🐙 Here are some bony landmarks you can always rely on when drawing both simple and elaborate poses: 1) the head and its simplified construction lines. 2) the clavicle - it follows the arm's rotation. 3) the bottom of the ribcage. 4) the pelvic bone (back and front). 5) the shoulder blade - approximately one head high. 6) knees. 7) elbows. 🍖 Next time we will take a look at hands and fingers! #anatomy #artreference #anatomydrawing# figuredrawing #howtodrawmang Clavicle Anatomy, Gregor Kari, Elbow Drawing, Bony Landmarks, Pelvic Bone, Construction Lines, It Follows, Anatomy Drawing, Guy Drawing

Gregor Kari on Instagram: "🐙 Here are some bony landmarks you can always rely on when drawing both simple and elaborate poses: 1) the head and its simplified construction lines. 2) the clavicle - it follows the arm's rotation. 3) the bottom of the ribcage. 4) the pelvic bone (back and front). 5) the shoulder blade - approximately one head high. 6) knees. 7) elbows. 🍖 Next time we will take a look at hands and fingers! #anatomy #artreference #anatomydrawing# figuredrawing #howtodrawmang

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