Drawing the major muscles
The bones and on top of those the origins of the muscles, and with gray the muscles. 20 muscles.
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* * *This broadcast message was sent to all bidders on Wednesday Aug 3, 2005 2:31:00 PM:
Thank you everyone for considering my bid request, I very much appreciate your input and samples. With this broadcast message I am intending to clarify basic aspects of the task at hand, and would like to ask you to download the ZIP file that I have newly attached to the bid description; it contains three GIF files for a better understanding of what I need.
As originally stated in the description already, certain muscles or muscle groups need to be drawn in greyscales and with good contrast, keep print media in mind for the final output. File [url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view] are examples of the bicep, [url removed, login to view] is an example file clearly depicting both ends of the bicep.
The main challenge will be to combine both the muscles and the clear depiction of its ends in one image, with good contrasts, showing also the connection of those ends to the bones. The muscle itself sho uld be drawn in a light grey scale and the exact line connecting one bone to the next in a black shade. The bones should be visible as well. I will provide samples of the following muscles of which you can make your own style.
If you have any further questions, please do ask by the provided RAC means of communication.
grayscale images in most commonly available software, e.g. illustrator (vectors) or high res bitmaps (photoshop compatible); alternatively, and most welcome, pencil drawings on paper, sent by mail.
any additional details upon request.