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How To: Model a human body in Maya

This tutorial series shows you how to model anatomy of the human body in Maya and gives specific tips on how to eventually be able to do it from memory. Part one starts with the head, part two the torso, part 3 the legs, part four the foot, part 5 the arm, part 6 attaching the parts and part 7 modeling hands.

How To: UV unwrap a full human body in Blender

In this Blender 2.5 video tutorial, you'll see how to UV unwrap a full, stylized female character. The tutorial covers creating seams, unwrapping, pinning and techniques to reduce stretching. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or are a seasoned digital artist merely on the lookout for new tips and tricks, you're sure to be well served by this free video software tutorial from the folks at CG Cookie. For more information, includi...

How To: Sketch poses of the human body on the computer

Drawing the human body making dynamic poses is a massive challenge for most artists. This video demonstrates how to sketch some different poses in the Photoshop with a tablet pen. They obviously need to be elaborated to be called final art works, but these sketches teach you how to capture the basic forms that are really the trickiest part of capturing ourselves in action.

How To: Paint the human body

Painting the human body can be difficult and takes a lot of practice. Our art expert is here to teach you all about figure painting, including tips on mixing paint colors for skin tone, lighting, depth and even backgrounds, in this free video art lesson.

How To: Draw a human body structure

This instructional drawing video allows ample time to draw the structure of a human body or comic book character. This method of drawing bodies is about basic position and movement. So, draw these shapes lightly, to place your character in a believable position before you add individual characteristics to your drawing.

How To: Use the Google Body Browser for a Crash Course on Human Anatomy

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How To: Listen to music with your whole body

In this soaring demonstration, deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie leads the audience through an exploration of music not as notes on a page, but as an expression of the human experience. Playing with sensitivity and nuance informed by a soul-deep understanding of and connection to music, she talks about a music that is more than sound waves perceived by the human ear. She illustrates a richer picture that begins with listening to yourself, and includes emotion and intent as well as the complex...

How To: Draw human hands in pencil

The human hand, along with the brain, is what sets us apart from the rest of the animal kingdom. This video demonstrates a couple of ways to effectively draw them in pencil. They look very real, and could be attached to the other body-part specific videos from Wayne Tully to create a really impressive drawing of the human figure.

How To: Model a human ear in Maya

In our opinion, human body parts are some of the hardest things an artist can draw. When it comes to parts like hands and ears, we generally settle for a basic, rudimentary rendering because achieving a realistic portrayal seems so hard. If you're looking for quality, though, then Maya modeling software is an excellent way to achieve it.

How To: Grasp and calculate human blood pressure regulation

Check out this science-filled two-part video tutorial on blood pressure regulation in humans. This educational video will show you the MABP (mean arterial blood pressure), which is the overall blood pressure in your body, the TPR (total peripheral resistance), and the CO (cardiac output). You won't just learn about the blood pressure, you'll see how to calculate the MABP. You'll be fascinated, whether you're a physiologist, biologist, scientist, medical student, or just an human anatomy nut.

How To: Begin figure drawing

Use everything you've ever learned about drawing inanimate objects to draw the human figure. You will need to use efficient lines and accurate perspective to draw a number of basic shapes that will come together in the shape of a human body. Watch this instructional drawing video to begin drawing figures in perspective. Even if you are not an expert at anatomy, you can calculate what simple shapes look like in perspective and carve back into the basic forms.

News: Human Dissection Illustrated in Anatomical Pop-Up Books

Before there was Gray's Anatomy, physicians and medical students used anatomical flap books to explore the inner workings of the human body—a scientific illustrated guide that takes its name from the moveable paper flaps that can be "dissected" to reveal hidden anatomy underneath. Similar to pop-up books, these instructional tools mimic the act of human dissection, allowing doctors and students to study the intricacies of the body normally concealed by flesh.

How To: Do a kinesiology self-muscle test

Kinesiology, or human kinetics, is the science of human movement. This simple muscle self-test turns your body into a lie detector. Your body subconsciously knows things that the conscious mind isn't aware of. Watch this video kinesiology tutorial and learn how to do a simple muscle test.

How To: Dissect a human to see the split pelvis

If you want to know more about the science of the human body, just stop right here at this video tutorial on the dissection of the perineum. This anatomical look at the pelvic outlet will show you right down to the bone, then will show you the osteology of the split pelvis, which is a pelvis in which the symphysis pubis is absent and the pelvic bones are separated, usually associated with exstrophy of the bladder. You'll check out both female and male pelvic regions in this educational look a...

How To: Dissect a human to see the organs in the thorax

The science of the human body is a glorious thing, and educating yourself through its anatomy is a great way to learn. Here you'll learn how to dissect a human to see the organs in the thoracic cavity. You'll also see the lungs and pleural sacs, and the heart and pericardial sacs in the thorax. So, cut out that heart and lungs with a scalpel or knife and extract it for a closer anatomical look. This video tutorial is all you'll need to pass anatomy 101.

How To: Bodypaint a dragon on a female body

Body painting isn't just art, it's sexy. More and more people are shedding their clothes and adding some paint for a new shocking look that is bound to drop jaws. If you're not into being painted into a Picasso, then maybe you'd like to try your hands on the other side of the paint brush…

How To: Dissect a human to see the superficial layers of skin

Before you start dissecting the body of a human being, there are a few things you should probably learn first. This anatomical look at the human body will give you just what you need to delve into your human dissection. Just watch this video tutorial on a few bony landmarks you should be aware of by palpating, like the clavicles, the sternum and sternal notch, the rib cage, and the pelvic region.

How To: Draw an anatomically correct human head

You can't accurately draw a human face - heck, any part of a human body - without knowing about how the underlying bones and muscles contribute to structure. And while disecting is by far the best thing you can do to improve your knowledge in these two fields, we don't all have the ability to do such things. So this video is the next best alternative.

Make edible prop bodily fluids: poop, vomit, snot, and blood

The human body is full of different kinds of fluids, most of which are either gross or dangerous to remove from a person for use in one of your films. Fortunately, most of them are pretty easy to replicate using household materials. This video will show you how to make edible prop fake blood, feces, vomit, and snot. They all look great, are safe, and will make you movie much more realistic.

How To: Retouch a nose in Photoshop CS4

The nose, the prow of the face, is the part of the human body that the most people seem to dislike about themselves. Especially if their noses are big. This video tutorial teaches you how to touch up a nose in Adobe Photoshop CS4, specifically by using the liquefy tool to make a model's nose smaller. If you can't afford plastic surgery, now you can look like you got it in your pictures.

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