duuude surely your study is great but why don't you mention the source you took from half of the pictures(or more)?? yours is posted 2 months later. and your gallery speaks for itself, honestly, it's good but it is obvious to me you lack the knowledge to do such study above without taking crucial info from Nsio' tutorials: nsio.deviantart.com/art/Breast… nsio.deviantart.com/art/Breast…
please, no offense. just someone else would come up with it in a more harsh way and i am sure you do not want to be taken as plagiarist. next time you sketch\study things, refer to the tutorials you used for the study. because firstly you must do study for improving, not for page views. and secondly a lot of tutorials are a brief retell\redraw of another anatomy book which i suppose everyone finds okay, but tutorial of a tutorial is not so much, i think. but if you hide the info on purpose it makes you a criminal against any hard-working artist out there who comes up with his\her own ideas, sits half a week trying to make a single thing perfectly, editing the text of a tutprial to not sound annoying(like i do now, oh well). please, show some respect for your fellow artists. and good luck in drawing, sincerely.
update: contacted Nsio, the artist told you mentioned the source in your image. sorry, i was not really attentive. still would be nice to see the link to Nsio in the description of the study. i am sure everyone would be grateful, because Nsio has a lot of other tuts that would be useful to every artist, yet Nsio's art is sadly not as popular as your studies. sorry for trouble :\ still better to write your references into description for the sake of the help you got from the original tutorial as a gratitude to the artist.
i see, thanks. sure mentioning in the work itself is a good way, but you can also give link to the resources in the information under your work. just saying. but since Nsio looks like doesn't mind as much as i do, it's up to you