Front, back and outer/inner side views of the right arm. Supine
= when the palm
of the hand is facing forwardProne
= when the back
of the hand is facing forward. When the arm is in prone position the radius (forearm bone to the side of the thumb) cross the ulna (forearm bone to the side of the little finger).
Each muscle is colored with a different color. The orange
colored area is actually a group of flexor muscles
; the dark green
colored area is a group of extensor muscles
. The triceps (from Latin 'three heads') is colored with just one color but of course the divisions of its heads should not be ignored; the same goes for the biceps. The uncolored area next to the yellow area (triceps) is the tendon of the triceps.
Torso studyLeg studyHand studyFoot studyHead and neck study
After hands and feet, arms are the most complicated thing to draw for me. It was difficult to draw even looking at the reference. I'll need to draw them infinite times till get all the shapes memorized...