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10-22-2010, 09:04 PM
I'd say go for simultaneous learnin'. Sometimes you can wrap your head around a particular bone structure problem through some little observation you make with muscles, and vice versa.
Like it was said: I would concentrate on bones' proportions and muscles' masses and volumes. You'll draw a foreshortened bicep way more often than a foreshortened humerus, no?
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