Aside from the wonderful illustrations, it's Stephen Roger Peck's words that make this book what it is. This book's recommended to beginner and intermediate artists. How to Draw Anything Mark Linley. Drawing with Children Mona Brookes.
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There's a section on drawing people of "other" races that's beyond cringe worthy.
Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist
Oct 20, Shivani rated it it was amazing Shelves: While it also has some figure drawing tips and instructions, it certainly is not as comprehensive as dedicated figure drawing books. Oct 11, Gisela Valdera rated it it was ok Shelves: The Urban Sketching Handbook: There isn't a whole lot of actual text, artixt incredibly visual, showcasing both the flaws and beauty of the human form, both male and female alike.
It includes sections on bones, muscles, surface anatomy, proportion, equilibrium, and locomotion.
Humaj and paragraphs break automatically. Nov 14, Anna C rated it it was amazing Shelves: My expectations were far exceeded!! Sep 01, Lauren Van vice rated it really liked it.
Theology of Culture Paul Tillich. I've made definite improvement in my figure drawing- my speed is way up from what it used to be, and I have a strong enough grasp of anatomy now to be less reliant on reference images.
Colour and Light James Gurney. Pretty rich with drawings, accurate paintings, and photos. It builds up from the bones to the outer skin and hair, along with providing basic information on proportions, motion, equilibrium, age and sex, race etc. Definitely a book to atpas when one already knows anatomy.
I highly recommend it. The bone structure and musculature is addressed in a well formed manor.
Feb 22, Todd rated it really liked it Shelves: I'll be referencing to this a lot as time goes on. It's a wonderful tool when it comes to drawing anatomy and understanding the basics and their functions.
Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist : Stephen Rogers Peck :
Very great book wrtist reference. There's not much on posing the figure. We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Imaginative Realism James Gurney. Fabulous Figures Jane Davenport. Very informative about many of aspects of human anatomy, from the skeletal structure, to musculature, as well as skin.
Jan 01, M. Constructive Anatomy George B. Mar 31, Aiko rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book proved invaluable to me in my studies but it's a bit of uhman problematic text. It breaks each part of the body down to the bones and muscle structure, but also includes drawings by the author that show the workings of these parts. Figure Drawing for Artists Steve Huston. Jan 22, Kelly rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Principles of Art R.
The wealth of information anahomy by the Atlas ensures its place as a classic for the study of the human form.