Does drawing a human skeleton help learn the human anatomy better?
Well, as a beginner artist, I’ve been drawing random things from life, just free-hand copying them either from in front of me like a watch or from a photograph like a flower. But I’m a bit interested in trying to learn the human anatomy, and I really can’t draw humans well. I’ve heard before drawing a plain, full body skeleton will help to know the structure of human anatomy. Is this true, if so, do you mind if you can help by fishing out some good images of a full-body skeleton I can use as inspiration to sketch? Thanks in advance.