~Drawn on Paper then Colored in Photoshop
~Update! Added some interactivity here: [link] Roll over different muscles to see the name.
- Sketch- [link]
This looks very useful! I have a book with a similar drawing but it's so small :c so this one is much beter plus the interactive ver. is more interesting ^^
Its a pity that I don't need to learn anatomy
this January I hope to finish my education as a massage therapist for horses. For each client I aim to use an intake form on which I would also like to include a horse with musculature to indicate areas. Now, in search of a nice pic I found this one. Would you alow me to use it, without background on my forms and perhaps website? looking forward to hearing from you,
kind regards, Ingeborg Heystek (Netherlands), Paard Actief (facebook) and www.paardactief.nl but that is nog aired yet I will build the site this winter.
I just read this request from iheystek and I wanted to ask you something similar.
I'm working on a (non-commercial) training calendar at the moment for me and some other guys (we are all members of a small board on positive reinforcement training with equines).
In this calendar I'd love to include some sides with the outline of a horse, ideally with the muscles and / or the sceleton to be seen, so that we can mark regions or spots where for example the osteopath or physio has treated our horses. (Of course the physio or vet does this for his own records, but we'd like to have an overview, too. )
So long story short: could I use your jpg for that - of course with a reference to you (I'd just use this URL here?). I would remove the background I think and I would make it a little less opaque, so that one can scribble one's notes into and over it - if that'd be okay for you.
It would really be great if I could use it!!!
Cheers, Bettina from Germany