|Date Added: October 17, 2009|
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Description: The human body is something that is the most mysterious and most beautiful of all creations of the world. I wanted to do a lesson that will teach you guys “how to draw anatomy step by step”. The human anatomy is a perfect subject to do a tutorial on. Now that everyone is back in school and has been for a few months already, I’m sure you will be getting homework assignments on the human body and all the internal organs that go with the body. The drawing I did for you guys is a diagram of the main organs that are housed within the torso cavity which is an area that covers from the neck, all the way to the waist. Learning "how to draw anatomy" is going to be pretty easy to do because I have laid out the steps to be simple and brief. The organs that you will draw is simple. You will learn how to draw the lungs, the heart, the liver, the stomach, the gallbladder, which is a small green colored sack the sits between the stomach tube and liver. You will also learn how to draw the large intestine, the small intestine, and then the ascending colon which is the thick tube on the left side of the drawing. These organs are the most important to your body that keeps you alive and that gives you the ability to sustain life. What you do not see is the kidneys, but that organ sits under the liver and stomach. I did however draw the colon tube which is the tube that empties the waste from your body. I know that is pretty gross, but hey, that’s life. Well I do have to part once more, but I will leave you with this tutorial that shows you “how to draw anatomy step by step”. Like I said before, it is important to know what your internal organs look like, and where exactly they are in our bodies. Drawing human anatomy is not only going to be fun, but it’s also going to be educational as well. Have fun guys and happy drawing.