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sherlock-im-not-gay:

zomibom:

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gabbyzvolt25:

kvothe-kingkiller:

petroleum-hare:

empresspinto:

blixart:

shoutsofthunder:

swagginsloths:

blixart:

how to draw arms ? ? 

holy fuck

holy fuck is right… but… does it work with legs???


yes !!

but how much extend

^^^^^^^^^^



I NEARLY CHOKED


ENJFDFNFATFVFDF

finally. i can be accurate


This is too fucking great to not reblog

I give it MASCLES
BIG MACHO


🤣🤣


LMAOOOOOO

Okay but for anyone who legit wants to know how to calculate it correctly:
The elbow joint on average rests a couple inches higher than the navel, so if you measure how long the distance is from the middle of the shoulder to that point then you have the length of the upper and fore arms!

So if anyone’s wondering about legs too, the simplest rule of thumb is that the length from the top of the leg to the knee is equal to the distance between the top of the leg and the bottom of the pectorals:
And I wanna stress that when i say “top of the leg” i’m not talking about the crotch (please don’t flag me tumblr it’s an anatomical term) i’m talking about the point where the femur connects to the pelvis, which is higher up on the hips:
It’s easier to see what I’m talking about in this photo of a man squatting: 
So yeah if you use that measurement when using this technique you should get fairly realistically proportioned legs:
But remember! messing with proportions is an important and fun part of character design! Know the rules first so you can then break them however you please!


HOW THE HELL DID I FIND THIS POST OMG




Licherally in the midst of drawing a guy and crying at how bad the arms are. Thanks Tumbles


I only ever saw the part where people started drawing the limbs outrageously long and genuinely wanted to know how to fix that, so I’m really thankful to see the rest.



Love this

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It Work: AceLewis /my_first_calculator.py O Watch Fork Star 11 612 80 目Wiki a Insights Pull requests 2 Security <> Code Issues 25 Projects 0 my_first_calculator.py 0 releases 13 commits 1 branch 4 contributors Clone or download New pull request Branch: master Create new file Upload files Find file AceLewis Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/Acelewis/my first calcula...... Latest commit a7aabea on May 16, 2016 .gitattributes Added .gitattributes & .gitignore files 4 years ago Added .gitattributes & .gitignore files .gitignore 4 years ago README.md Recommended from future import division 4 years ago generator.py 4 years ago fix num of ifs - my first calculator.py d 0/0 being my first_calculator_0 to 1000.rt dated the archived 0 t 4 y 20823 lines (20818 sloc) 753 KB 41 2050") prin 20802 You're using jump to definition to te code. Opt out E ver 20803 if numl and sign = '" and num2 == #my_first_calculator.py by AceLewis print("50*42 2100") 20804 TODO : Make it work for all floating point numbers too if numl 50 and sign and num2 43: 23 20805 print ("50 43 2150") 20806 if 3/2 1: #Because Python 2 does not know maths 4 20807 if numl 50 and sign and num2 == 44 . input raw_input # Python 2 compatibility print ("50 44 2200") 20808 20809 if numl 50 and sign and num2 45: print("50 45 2250") print('Welcome to this calculator!) 7 20819 print('It can add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers from 20811 if numl 50 and sign and num2 46: num1 int(input('Please choose your first number: ) print ("50 46 2300") 20812 sign input('What do you want to do? +, /, or ) 10 if numl 50 and sign and num2 20813 47: num2 int (input('Please choose your second number: )) print("50*47 2350") 11 20815 12 if numl 50 and sign *and num2 48: if numl = 0 and sign = ' + 'and num2 0: print ("50 48 13 2400") 20816 print("0+0 0" ) 14 if numl 50 and sign 20817 *and num2 49: if numl 0 and sign == ' + ' and num2 1: 15 20818 print("50*49= 2450") print ("0+1 = 1 " ) if numl 50 and sign and num2 50: 16 20819 if numl and sign == 17 + and num2 -= 2: 20828 print("50*50 2500") print ("0+2 2") 18 20821 20822 print("Thanks for using this calculator, goodbye :") if numl and sign == '+ " and num2 3: 19 print ("0+3= 3") 20 Was searching for calculator project in github. Saw this. It belongs to here.
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Was searching for calculator project in github. Saw this. It belongs to here.

Was searching for calculator project in github. Saw this. It belongs to here.

It Work: im-a-hyperion-vault-hunter: fernacular: fernacular: urhella-gaychloe: keithislactoseintolerant: wishem: sherlock-im-not-gay: zomibom: lifeofcynch: gabbyzvolt25: kvothe-kingkiller: petroleum-hare: empresspinto: blixart: shoutsofthunder: swagginsloths: blixart: how to draw arms ? ?  holy fuck holy fuck is right… but… does it work with legs??? yes !! but how much extend ^^^^^^^^^^ I NEARLY CHOKED ENJFDFNFATFVFDF finally. i can be accurate This is too fucking great to not reblog I give it MASCLES BIG MACHO 🤣🤣 LMAOOOOOO Okay but for anyone who legit wants to know how to calculate it correctly: The elbow joint on average rests a couple inches higher than the navel, so if you measure how long the distance is from the middle of the shoulder to that point then you have the length of the upper and fore arms! So if anyone’s wondering about legs too, the simplest rule of thumb is that the length from the top of the leg to the knee is equal to the distance between the top of the leg and the bottom of the pectorals: And I wanna stress that when i say “top of the leg” i’m not talking about the crotch (please don’t flag me tumblr it’s an anatomical term) i’m talking about the point where the femur connects to the pelvis, which is higher up on the hips: It’s easier to see what I’m talking about in this photo of a man squatting:  So yeah if you use that measurement when using this technique you should get fairly realistically proportioned legs: But remember! messing with proportions is an important and fun part of character design! Know the rules first so you can then break them however you please! HOW THE HELL DID I FIND THIS POST OMG
It Work: im-a-hyperion-vault-hunter:
fernacular:


fernacular:

urhella-gaychloe:

keithislactoseintolerant:


wishem:

sherlock-im-not-gay:

zomibom:

lifeofcynch:

gabbyzvolt25:

kvothe-kingkiller:

petroleum-hare:

empresspinto:

blixart:

shoutsofthunder:

swagginsloths:

blixart:

how to draw arms ? ? 

holy fuck

holy fuck is right… but… does it work with legs???


yes !!

but how much extend

^^^^^^^^^^



I NEARLY CHOKED


ENJFDFNFATFVFDF

finally. i can be accurate


This is too fucking great to not reblog

I give it MASCLES
BIG MACHO


🤣🤣


LMAOOOOOO

Okay but for anyone who legit wants to know how to calculate it correctly:
The elbow joint on average rests a couple inches higher than the navel, so if you measure how long the distance is from the middle of the shoulder to that point then you have the length of the upper and fore arms!

So if anyone’s wondering about legs too, the simplest rule of thumb is that the length from the top of the leg to the knee is equal to the distance between the top of the leg and the bottom of the pectorals:
And I wanna stress that when i say “top of the leg” i’m not talking about the crotch (please don’t flag me tumblr it’s an anatomical term) i’m talking about the point where the femur connects to the pelvis, which is higher up on the hips:
It’s easier to see what I’m talking about in this photo of a man squatting: 
So yeah if you use that measurement when using this technique you should get fairly realistically proportioned legs:
But remember! messing with proportions is an important and fun part of character design! Know the rules first so you can then break them however you please!


HOW THE HELL DID I FIND THIS POST OMG

im-a-hyperion-vault-hunter: fernacular: fernacular: urhella-gaychloe: keithislactoseintolerant: wishem: sherlock-im-not-gay: zomi...