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Adobe Illustrator is the way. After that you can export the files from PDF, PSD, and so on. You could use Adobe Fireworks as well.


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You can try using CorelDraw X7 which is the software I use, it allows you to easily create vectors and retrace bitmaps images to vectors, also using line strokes it's pretty easy. Inkscape It's a free software that it's used to edit SVG's so you can also try it.


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This would be a breeze in Illustrator, especially with the stroke options that you can use to ad in the arrow heads. That is what I would use, although, you could probably get away with some way more basic software.


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If you would like to move on from the type of drawing you are doing just now to a more detailed image then try posemaniacs.com they have a huge range of 3D built images that show skeleton and muscles - it really helped me to understand the muscles and the different shapes that the body has. Also try this site ...



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