In this series of tutorials we will study the differences between male and female anatomy, particularly the torso. This advanced tutorial will cover all of the major pitfalls of sculpting female anatomy and how to avoid them. We will cover breast placement, the shape of the pelvis area, parts that get overlooked such as the connection of the neck to the clavicle, among other things. By the end of this tutorial you should be more than ready to start doing your own female anatomy studies. Software required: ZBrush 4R6.
Introduction and Project Overview [Autogenerated] Hi, guys. Welcome to the sartorial on sculpting female torsos here on digital tuners. In this course, we're gonna be covering all the major difference is that we need to look out for when comparing a male to a female. Now, the anatomy, the underlying structure, the muscles themselves, they're not different. You know, all these names, we've covered them in depth, and I'm not gonna go and do that again. So if you guys are interested in a very in depth look at the musculature underneath you guess check out the first series of anatomy because I go a little bit more in depth in that one. This series is gonna be a lot about you wants, you know, softer shapes, how to achieve an organic spoke to beautiful sculpture, something that you know you can look at and say, Hey, this looks natural. We're gonna be talking a little bit about the bone structure of the female body because that is the major change that we have to look out for mainly the pelvis. Because obviously women I can't give birth, and that has its own things, too. Affect our sculpture. But all of that being said, we should go ahead and get started because we have a lot to cover. See you guys in the next list.