Crow legs reference

Explore a comprehensive crow legs reference for artists and anatomy enthusiasts. Learn about the intricate details and unique features of crow legs to enhance your artwork or deepen your knowledge of avian anatomy.
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#413 In the studio: Bird anatomy, con't . . .

Please start this bird anatomy series with post #403, March 10. The bird's leg is similar in structure to the human. Many believe that a bird's knee bends backwards because they mistake the ankle for the knee. As in man . . . a bird's knee bends forward. The bird's knees and thighs are hidden under feathers . . . you don't see the bird's knee and the joint that appears to be the knee is actually the ankle. Below is a drawing comparing the human leg with a bird's leg. Scroll to the last blog…