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Like its acclaimed predecessor, the Second Edition of this outstanding photographic reference offers illustrators, fine artists, and animators immediate access to the human form in deep perspective, that is, foreshortened. With all-new photographs, the Atlas of Foreshortening features:
This book is a gem. Perfect for contemporary artists who paint from an unusual, edgy point of view. Do yourself a favor, buy a copy right now while its still available.Published 3 months ago by C. S.
You aren't always going to have a live model to work with. A must for practice and reference.Published 3 months ago by Karyl
My husband is taking a figure drawing class and wanted more instruction on foreshortening. There are many, many good photos of models in various positions involving foreshortening... Read morePublished 6 months ago by B. L. Vickery
I highly recommend this book.I also do ceramic sculptures and paint in oil and acrylics.You are welcome to wiew my website [...]Published 13 months ago by lisbeth gorloff
The photos are good to see how muscles and bones behave, but they are not ideal for pose reference. There's the same amount of photos of men and woman.Published 18 months ago by Anna Carolina
This book contains a comprehensive collection of body positions covering slight foreshortening to sever foreshortening both front and back! Very helpful to the artist!Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is great fro all those awkward foreshortened poses. I really have nothing to fault with it, except for maybe the lack of model variety. There's one woman and one man. Read morePublished on January 6, 2011 by Audre C. Schutte
Generally, this is an excellent book if you do not have access to live models. Specifically, it is an excellent book to study foreshortening of the human figure. Read morePublished on June 29, 2010 by Michael Prodanou