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Hip anatomy

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Legs and hips - Anatomy - Drawing Drill Challenge by Smirking Raven

The themes this week were hips, legs, expressions, running, and body. Came back a bit to my old brush, ups and downs, trying something new. My friends told me I never picture interaction, so I’ll be trying to focus on that next week.

jaimee-banks-027.c4d 🇺🇸🇳🇬 on Twitter: "I’ve been gathering some good wisdom from game development podcasts, @80Level articles, and @Polycount threads. Here’s a bit related to #anatomy + a very helpful graphic: The two anatomical features that affect the shape of the hips are the ilium and the great trochanter.… https://t.co/geNmu9V42v"

“I’ve been gathering some good wisdom from game development podcasts, @80Level articles, and @Polycount threads. Here’s a bit related to #anatomy + a very helpful graphic: The two anatomical features that affect the shape of the hips are the ilium and the great trochanter.”

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pelvis | Definition, Anatomy, Diagram, & Facts | Britannica

pelvis, also called bony pelvis or pelvic girdle, in human anatomy, basin-shaped complex of bones that connects the trunk and the legs, supports and balances the trunk, and contains and supports the intestines, the urinary bladder, and the internal sex organs. The pelvis consists of paired hipbones, connected in front at the pubic symphysis and behind by the sacrum; each is made up of three bones—the blade-shaped ilium, above and to either side, which accounts for the width of the hips; the…

TFL Release for Relaxed Hips and Low Back Pain Relief | Mobility Mastery

Learn how to release your TFL and feel the benefits from your hips to your toes! You will need some kind of pole, preferably a hollow one, and a tennis ball.

Balance your core work by paying attention to four regions that complement your core -- all broken down in accessible language.

Balance your core work by paying attention to four regions that complement your core -- all broken down in accessible language.