Anatomy jargon can have a romantic twist. If you are breaking up with someone who also studies anatomy, you can just say, “John, I feel like the sulci between us have turned into fissures.”
When I just started this series, I didn’t know much about anatomy. I am shocked by how much I have learned in the past month. Anatomy is so cool! 🤩
Being able to integrate my studies with my hobby has made me more enthusiastic and diligent with class work and course material. As a student, having interest in the course material propels you to search for information beyond the course curriculum. I find that having that extra something something solidates my learning and adds to my overall understanding.
Also I realized that my goal of 50 drawings is a little too ambitious. I just started 2 part-time jobs, and I still have a full course load and extracurricular activities…Hopefully things pick up during winter break! Fingers crossed.
I went to Toronto this weekend and fulfilled my to-do list. It mainly entailed chinese food (the authentic kind 😎), steamed buns, asian grocery stores, and lots of retail therapy. My heart is full (and my stomach). I am ready to tackle the rest of the semester.
Eat lots of good food and don’t let sayings like “A moment on the lips, forever on the hips” deter you.
…That’s a Friends reference if you didn’t get it. 🤩
Check out that adductor pollicis! The hands are one of my favourite things to draw. You can easily recognize someone by their face, but the hands are unique to each person as well. I know mine like how people know their own faces by every wrinkle, line, and little quirk. Like Joey with his hand twin from Friends, he understands the beauty of hands. Too bad it didn’t work out for him. 🤲
Here’s some inspiration from SBN if you are having an artist block. Honestly, just grab a pencil or pen and be your own model.
Until the next post. ☕️