I highly recommend it to the dedicated artist.
I opened the book up and showed my girlfriend and asked her "does this look a little too wrinkly?". "Yeah!" she said with a "duh" tone in her voice.
Dynamic Wrinkles and Drapery by Burne Hogarth is another must have for any artist, as are all of Hogarth's books.
First, I'm a sculptor, not a drawer or painter. With that in mind, this. like all of Burne Hogarth' lessons provides hints and excellent technical guidelines for placing realistic... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MEH
The book begins with nudes in various action poses showing the muscles. This helps identify the locations where bulging muscles will act as the hanging point for clothes and then... Read morePublished 5 months ago by LD
As a costume designer without having a model in the exact clothes sometimes it is hard to remember all the wrinkles and draping for certain pieces of clothing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by KnightBlue
Very helpful in understanding how clothes work with the body.It helps if you don't have access to a model for posing.Published 10 months ago by F. Pehrson
I ordered this as a refference book for drawing and woodcarving, this is an excellent book with easy to understand diagrams and text.Published 11 months ago by M. Woods
First off, I think the figures/drawings in this book are ugly....macho, very stylized, stiff. Look at the cover illustration...what's that supposed to be? Read morePublished 11 months ago by A Jones