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Learn Anatomy in a Simplified Fashion

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Why do we learn Anatomy? To become a Surgeon? No, to draw people.

You learn Anatomy to draw people that closely represents reality. But the process of learning Anatomy can be complex, long and enduring. 

But, what if it doesn't have to be this way?

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What is this course about?

  • Simple  Anatomy course is aimed at simplifying the process of learning anatomy

  • It get rids of all the complex and unnecessary pieces of information and focuses on mastering the "Essentials" that gives 80% of the results.

  • You don't need to know every single muscle groups and fibres in the body in order to draw the human form accurately.

  • All you need to do is master a few set of muscle groups, which gives you most of the results that you're looking for.

What do you Learn?

  • The only essential muscle groups that you need to learn to draw accurate looking humans.

  • Learn the appearance and function of different muscles.

  • In depth and simplified understanding of different upper/lower body muscles.

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Daily Lessons + Structured Exercises

Just like every other chapter on Drawing Camp, the lessons of this course are structured in a daily format with 20+ Lessons along with various structured Drawing exercises that helps you learn Anatomy, the simple way.

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14 days

The course is created in a FOLLOW ALONG format.

Just show up, press play and follow along

30 mins
a day

All it takes for you to complete this is 20 mins/day

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How a DAY is Structured

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Part I

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Part II

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These two courses along with my free course 'Drawing Heads Made Simple' will help you learn the intricacies of drawing the Human Anatomy.

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'Simple Anatomy Part 1 & 2' is part of a larger program called

Drawing Camp which is designed to level up your art.


This is one of the 14 different chapters on the camp that helps one start from the very basics and build their skills up to formidable levels with daily structured and consistent practice.

About the Camp...

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