Anatomy for the Artist

Anatomy for the Artist

Anatomy for the Artist All artists whether professional or amateur need a thorough understanding of human anatomy in order to depict the complexity of the human form correctly Anatomy for the Artist is a beautifully illus

  • Title: Anatomy for the Artist
  • Author: Daniel Carter Michael Courtney
  • ISBN: 9780752586687
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Hardcover
  • All artists, whether professional or amateur, need a thorough understanding of human anatomy in order to depict the complexity of the human form correctly Anatomy for the Artist is a beautifully illustrated volumme, which takes the reader into the wonderul world of human anatomy The book is divided into five sections, with information on the head the neck, the trunAll artists, whether professional or amateur, need a thorough understanding of human anatomy in order to depict the complexity of the human form correctly Anatomy for the Artist is a beautifully illustrated volumme, which takes the reader into the wonderul world of human anatomy The book is divided into five sections, with information on the head the neck, the trunk, the upper extremity, the lower extremity, ending with a section on movement Each sections is comprehensively illustrated using detailed drawings of the human body, accompanied by a clear commentary describing the structure function of that particular body part There is also information about how to proportion figures correctly, how to depict light shade, as well as hints tips on the best way of drawing moving figures Guidance is given about the correct kind of artist s equipment to use to achieve the best results A fascinating subject in its own right, Anatomy for the Artist is essential reading for anyone who wants to enjoy sketching the human form.

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    571 Comment

    This book teaches Anatomy more than art. However, it's insufficient when one is looking for anatomical details.The best part of this book is how the bones and muscles of each part of the body are well illustrated and labeled. It makes a v.good reference for those who are interested in drawing realistic human figures.

    Nice large, clear photos of body parts and basic, basic, basic 'how to draw' tips. The details are rendered with a photographic realism and the more I drew my way deeper into the book, the more I was troubled by the characters. Finally, it dawned on me that these are not people, they're androids! I don't want to learn anatomy of perfect, spotless bodies--I need to be observing real people.Fortunately, I picked this up off the sale table on a visit to the USA, so it's not a great loss. For the re [...]

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