Hey Zaya. Thanks for looking! I'll definitely be continuing these sorts of studies. I've found that 3D, be it digital or clay, is the best way to truly learn anatomy. It's important to me to have a very strong understanding of anatomy, as I don't want to feel totally reliant on reference images while painting and drawing, and I'm primarily interested in figurative works.
Here's a newer psuedo-ecorche I've started. I'm not building up every single bone in traditional ecorche manner, but I am always thinking about what muscles are attaching to and originating from, and I intend to delineate between bone and musculature in the end. A couple of months ago I could only name maybe five muscles. As of today, I know roughly thirty, and further I know the various heads and bony landmarks to which they belong. I also knew next to nothing about Zbrush in the beginning, and now I feel I understand it quite completely! I've still got a huge way to go, but I'm pretty proud of my progress so far. Learning is too much fun.
My previous versions suffered from an excessive softness. During the sculpting process, I was losing sight of my planes too much. I've tried to remedy this by always keeping a planes layer handy. Also, I hope I'm not breaking the no-nudity rules for thumbnails. There are no genitals, so I figured it would be OK.