This is a good explaination of the correct anatomy of wings on people. Perfect.

How to draw wings; art reference for drawing winged humans; drawing wings // the "correct" anatomy of wings on people. This is amazing!

So Your Angels Have Bird Wings by squidlifecrisis

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While it is a bit of a comedic strip, it does provide some expansion on extended wing design. Originally had thought of opening up the centre to allow access for the pilot chute, but then thought it may be a bit too much wing disruption.

mermaid anatomy explained

Anatomy Of A Mermaid

mewmii: “mutisija: “ villancikos: “ The Anatomy of a mermaid ” yes, thanks. i hate when people draws mermaid’s tail like it was some sort of goddamn suit on normal human legs like this: it just doesnt work ” yeah we wouldnt want to make our mermaids.

Ah, easy to forget that a winged human doesn't have to have avian-style wings. Nice reference for bat wings.

Bat Wing Tutorial - How to draw a Girl with wings - Female Body study - Drawing Reference

Winged People Anatomy: Wing Design by on @DeviantArt

Appearance Aleister Nightngale Winged People Anatomy: Wing Design by Blue-Hearts on DeviantArt

On Drawing Children by

simonist: “ On Drawing Children by =toerning ” I suggest checking out more of this artist’s gallery, too. Not only is their work fabulous, but they have many very helpful tutorials as well.

Sirens, centaurs, winged - poses by on @DeviantArt

Notebook doodles, made in May 2011 Sirens look more like nagas. Sitting centaur doodle was probably inspired by [link] Sirens, centaurs, winged - poses

I have been thinking to make tutorial about wings for a while. And now it's done! Or part of it. Duh, it's more like tips for drawing. There is much more to tell about them, so I might do part two ...

Wings man, he has them. Great glorious dragon wings ^_^ which are lemon yellow and he hates that, hence the tattooing (also that's badass cos it's like spine tattooing for us)

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A bird wing tutorial in a slightly simplified, cartoonistic, but still realistic style. And yes, the mentioned book is any learning artist's bible.