New Écorche Renders

Before I left Australia I revisited an anatomy study I did in Zbrush back last year, I got the skeletal version done but never got round to the écorcé, so heres an update!

Muscles_final-render_for_web-2 Muscles study Zbrush

Anatomy updates

After much research and a great deal of time from when I began back in 2013 to try and understand the human form to the greatest extent that I can I’ve finally completed the arduous process of finishing the écorché model. This was important to me as I wanted to have a very clear and distinct understanding of what it is that makes up the human form.



During my research I have been fortunate enough to have had many references to look to, The books that have helped me most have been;

Paul Richer’s – Artistic Anatomy

Stephen Rodgers Peck’s – Atlas of Human anatomy for the artist

Taschen’s – Atlas of human anatomy and surgery

Thieme’s – General Anatomy

As well as that I’ve also been fortunate enough to work with anatomical experts who have helped to provide me with resources (most notably Thieme) for understanding the skeletal and muscle system.

On top of that another great reference that came in handy for me was 3D Total’s male figure

And naturally one of the best methods to help me understand human form has been through life drawing which I try to do at least once a week.

If your curious as to how how I went about this It simply with zspheres being placed over the skeleton basemesh as subtools and I would then z-remesh whatever shape I was creating until I was happy with it’s placement

Here’s a preview of my workflow

skeleton_render_1 Muscle_zbrush_1

Écorché study

Hi everyone,

So I’m just finishing off some smaller details and double checking some things with my écorché sculpt, a lot of time has been spent researching the origin and insertion of muscles, their shapes and size etc. So here is a little preview of the back as it is now and hopefully we’ll see the full thing in a wee while.

I’ll make another post at some point showing my process on this, my thinking behind it and the research evolved.

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