Anatomy for the Artist is like having your own life-drawing studio in the privacy of your home. Carefully constructed photographs of the human form allow you to see the structure and function of the skeleton and main muscle groups. Six imaginative drawing lessons, each supported with photography, show how to portray the bones, head, rib cage, pelvis, hands, and feet in perspective, from different angles, both in still poses and in movement.
Sarah Simblet teaches at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford University, and at the Royal College of Art in London. She has studied and worked extensively in Europe, and her drawings are in many national and private collections, and she has had three solo shows of her large-scale works. Sarah has also acted as a consultant for several radio and television programs, including the Discovery Channel.
Photographer John Davis is renowned for his beautifully lit, strong images. He contributed to the acclaimed book Atlanta Dream, a collection of nude portraits of Olympic athletes.
Beautifully photographed and assembled. I use it all the time when sculpting.Published 3 months ago by ThumbHead
Amazing book for artists. I use it extensively in my figurative sculpture. It's a must-have for those who are interested and draying the human form or creating 3D sculptures of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by AKRMBO.
Amazing book!!! Perfect for any artist, I loved the layers that you could clearly see bone structure & the person in order to draw or paint realistically. Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. Smith