Figure Elements, Continued
The upper and lower arms are modified cylinders of approximately equal
length. You may draw these cylinders at great angles in relation to each
other because the arms bend and rotate. The arms attach to the torso by a
ball-and-socket joint that allows rotation. The cylinders of the arms have a
hinge joint that allows the forearm to bend forward.
Figure 3-41 shows the cylinders of the arms in various positions.
Figure 3-41.The cylinders of the arm in various
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