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How to draw legs

For example, ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics show people in a variety of professions whose legs are positioned to sit, stand, walk, or work. In the middle figure above, the large trochanter is indicated – a section of the femur bone that is very important for drawing the leg, as it helps to correctly position the gluteal muscles and other muscles around it. Repeat this process on the other leg, drawing curved lines from the trapezoid over the knee to the ankle. The creation of Adam (151), one of Michelangelo’s frescoes in the Sistine Chapel, is a more modern example.