Nice job putting this up, but problem is that it's incorrect, you're using proportions that were used back in ancient Greece to portray a beautified/idealized version of a man, where they intentionally lengthened body (I believe it was used in Hellenistic art, but before that Greek sculptors always used 7.5). Some Renaissance artist adopted those proportions as well 'cause they mostly studied anatomy from Greek sculpture. However real person's body length should be 7.5 heads. If their body is proportional. Very tall people usually have smaller heads so they can reach 8 or 8.5, or really short people tend to be under 7.5 heads. Anyway... as art student who've also studied anatomy seriously, in ALL anatomy books I've found the same 7.5 measurement. Palms and forearms are also longer then you've displayed them (no matter the measurement system you're using).
I'm not trying to criticize your work to be mean, I'm just trying to help, since I know how it is to correct something you've learned wrong, so if you want I'll remove/hide/delete (whichever I can >_>) my comment.
Yes, it is another very useful tutorial and image! I like how you pack topically-related information into one image without overloading it, and still providing volume sof informatino in the single image! Well done!
This is going to be great help to a lot of people. C: The only things I can think of to throw in would be the fact that your foot is as large as the space between your wrist and elbow, and the hands are supposed to be as large as the face when spread. Hope that helps a little. c: Thank you for taking the time to put this together! Excellent breakdown of the shapes, keep at it! ^^
They did say they were learning, and mostly the proportions aren't bad for the ideal man. Learning to draw is a process, and practice is part of that. I know that it took me a very long time to even get this much right, and I still have a lot of problems with a lot of it, it sometimes seems.
Well, it certainly isn't the worst tutorial on human anatomy that I have seen. So long as he is talking about the body in terms of heads, and specifically showing the human body as forms as opposed to just shapes, I think he can get away with stiff tiny footed characters lol.