Yes! Awesome! a great reference for necks and shoulder poses <3 ((While looking over the reference, my weird side decided that these models were trying to crack their neck and all I heard from that point one: *crack* *crack*
I discovered this when it was featured in #Improvement-Club, and it's rather interesting timing because I was just working on a drawing where I might need to know this. This tutorial points out a bunch of helpful quirks with drawing turned necks that I've never thought of before. Thanks for making this!
I love finding tutorials like this, because I'm pretty certain I'm not alone in saying that when you want to do a specific pose, Googling it just simply does not work. So thank you very, very much for making these! I can't wait to look at the others : )
I'm using this particular tutorial for a drawing at the moment, so yes, it is a big help! Especially that the person has crutches and such, so I'm being all researchy and such trying to get it right xD;