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Synetai wolf leg by Alessio-Scalerandi Synetai wolf leg by Alessio-Scalerandi
Detailed project of the muscle structure of a digitigrade biped, in this case a wolf from my comic. The bone structure and some other things are visible here:
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NevadaCoyotle Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Such detail!This has been so very informative.Exactly what i was searching for!
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HeroesRain Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, this is just incredible!
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Davian714 Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome reference!
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Swiftlook Featured By Owner May 28, 2013
realy thanx needed to advance in antro -wolf drawing ! Awesome!
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AskingAlexandra1 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
oh my gosh amazing structure :p
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Psyartista9 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2010  Student General Artist
:w00t: Amazing detail!
It looks like something you'd find in an anatomical referance book.
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:iconkelii:
Kelii Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very nice study. I like how informative it is.
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DarthiaWolf Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2007  Professional General Artist
ohh i remember this one from another gallery! is awesome :D
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BlackWingedWolf Featured By Owner May 2, 2007
Awsome anatomy, but my mum said it looks more like a human leg lolol
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:iconwolfbeauty:
Wolfbeauty Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I need ur help with wolf anatomy. Man, my wolves suck. This is just perfect. I see no faults here at all.
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EtchySketchy Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2006
Holy shit.
This is incredible, and agreed; the foot is remarkably well done.
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:iconem5:
em5 Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2006
This is a beautiful study, and definitely a unique one as well. Cool, very cool. Lovely muscle. :)
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soulofwinter Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2006  Professional Artist
Nice study! This would definatly make sense, the foot is especially well done :)
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Dark-Elfka Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
its awesome!
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gamerd Featured By Owner May 23, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I really like how you did the detailed work! It must took you a very long time to do something like this. I know it would for me :)
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eerin Featured By Owner May 23, 2006
This actually makes digitigrade bipedals believable :) great job!
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Zenox-furry-man Featured By Owner May 23, 2006  Hobbyist Writer
wow che bel lavoro, perfetto direi^^ sei un vero genio del disegno!!
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Rahball Featured By Owner May 23, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
So a normal-shaped canine foot would be unable to support bipedal walking?
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Alessio-Scalerandi Featured By Owner May 23, 2006   Traditional Artist
You can do a simple experiment to find the answer: try walking on the tip of feet. It is possible to walk that way, and with slightly stronger fingers and pads under them it would not hurt, but the balance would be really awful. I think longer/larger feet are necessary for balance...
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T-Mike-T Featured By Owner May 23, 2006
I have nothing to add to this. I'm not so good at dog anatomy, but it looks almost perfect. :clap:
I've looked at your bone chart on your site: I suggest you to use a human-like pelvis, because I think it's the best solution for a prolonged bipedal stance. Apes and birds can have a bipedal stance, but birds have a very peculiar structure fit for landing, and apes can't stay on their feet too long because, if I recall correctly, their glutei aren't enough developed for it (or something like this, I can't remember correctly :confused: ).
As usual, you did an awesome work.
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Alessio-Scalerandi Featured By Owner May 23, 2006   Traditional Artist
The pelvis will be quite human-like, there is just an extra part on the back, under the glutei. I'm gonna draw it better later. :) I think you may be right about apes, the glutei are exceptionally large in humans compared with other animals and they keep the legs straight. The glutei here are developed as much as human ones.
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