Elissa is a monkey made of monkey parts. Some People call her Radio. Everything posted here is her creation unless otherwise stated.


Posts tagged frontalis muscle,


Photo

Nov 24, 2010
@ 9:19 pm
Permalink
3 notes

I sketched this in less than an hour, using anatomical reference from an art book I’ve been working my way through.  It’s a shame actually, once I finished the sketch I really wished I’d been recording it, it went so fast.

The book’s got information about facial expressions an the muscles that dictate them, and I’m at the part with the brow and how the frontalis muscles are like venetian blinds on the skull that pull the brow back and wrinkle the forehead.
As a note I love high shiny foreheads and side parts.  The mobile picture that I did the day before yesterday was also from lessons in the book, that one dealing with how movements of the eyebrow effect the folds of the eyelid.

I sketched this in less than an hour, using anatomical reference from an art book I’ve been working my way through.  It’s a shame actually, once I finished the sketch I really wished I’d been recording it, it went so fast.

The book’s got information about facial expressions an the muscles that dictate them, and I’m at the part with the brow and how the frontalis muscles are like venetian blinds on the skull that pull the brow back and wrinkle the forehead.

As a note I love high shiny foreheads and side parts.  The mobile picture that I did the day before yesterday was also from lessons in the book, that one dealing with how movements of the eyebrow effect the folds of the eyelid.