Here are some things that might prove useful or interesting. If you like them, use them; if not, ignore ‘em; and if you find errors, please let me know.
Anything with “MJW” in the filename is a scan of a page from my notebook. Beware that I drew these for myself without the intention that they would ever be seen by anyone else, so I often omitted structures that weren’t directly relevant to the day’s dissection, or that I already knew cold. Think of these more as explanatory diagrams than encyclopedic references. Ideally, you should make your own sketches; even if all you do is slavishly copy a picture from an atlas (which is how most of my drawings started), you’ll at least engage your sensory and motor neurons, and hopefully learn the material better.
Most of the “Color Your Own” diagrams I made by taking public domain images from the 1918 edition of Gray’s Anatomy (free online here), modifying them in GIMP (also free), and dropping the contrast. The idea is that one can use them as templates for drawing on ligaments, muscles, vessels, nerves, and so on.
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Postcranial Anatomy – Sketches and Slides
Spinal cord and spinal nerves – blank – for tracing in somatic and autonomic nerve pathways
Spinal cord and spinal nerves – key – just a sketch I made in lab, until I can knock up something prettier
Abdomen and Pelvis
Foregut and midgut sketches MJW 2011 v2 NB: updated 2013-07-09.
Leg and foot sketches 2014-10-02 – This is a bundle of 7 pages of sketches that came out of my group office hours on Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014. No systematic approach here, just whatever students had questions about and I needed drawings to explain.
Hip and inguinal sketches 2014-10-03 – Same story as the above: 2 pages from office hours the next day.
Postcranial Anatomy – Blank Diagrams from Gray’s
Head & Neck Anatomy
Pharyngeal arch cheat sheet v3 NB: updated 2012-10-22.