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The female body, breasts and nipples
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Breasts and nipples.

Drawing breasts.

The following series of sketch's show how the breasts hang naturally from the body when the subject is leaning. It is important to remember that the breasts are mainly made up of fatty tissue and mammary glands and so will move freely with the body and change shape under their own weight.

Crawling nude

In this first sketch you can see how the breasts hang down and slightly out under their own weight. This will also effect how the nipples will look on the breast so be sure to place them in the correct position to make the breasts convincing.

Breasts. Nude on knees leaning forwardBreasts. Nude on knees

In the sketch's above you can see that the more the body bends forwards the more the breasts begin to elongate and hang out from the body. The nipples begin to point down as the weight of the breast shifts further forward.

Breasts. Nude laying on back, side view Breasts. Nude laying on back, top view

In the sketch's above the breasts are lying naturally on the chest. Note how they have flattened slightly and how the arms effect the position of both breasts. Again you can see that the nipples have altered their position slightly on the breast.

rear view standing nude showing her breasts

In this rear view sketch of a standing nude you can see how the body position effects the way that the breast hangs from the body.

Nude bent over from behind Large breasted nude bending over

In these rear view sketch's of a kneeling nude you can see that the breast hangs down from the body under its own weight. It is also easy to see the change in shape that the breast has made under its own weight.

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