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    Though this book is widely hailed as a classic I actually am not too enthusiastic about it If you are thinking of purchasing this book then you must know that 1 the majority of the visual reference material is concentrated in the back of the book 2 this is not a book on the actual practice of drawing the human form and 3 the vast majority of this book is composed of detailed medical data and terms With that disclaimer out of the way on to the actual reviewThough the writing is heavy on the medical terms and can come off as very dry and academic at times this is still a well written and well researched book if that high level of scientific detail is exactly what you're looking for The big prize in this book in my opinion however is the final chapter where Richer discusses cannons of proportion and outlines his own Not only does Richer admit that even in classical drawing there is wiggle room with proportions because cannons of proportion are generally based around averages and ideals but he fully details his own cannon of proportion which is probably the most handy thing in this entire book In fact I have seen Richer's cannon of proportion in use in How to Draw Manga Male Characters and other various works and tutorials on drawing the human figure as wellSo in conclusion if you're looking for an anatomy book that's heavy on the visual examples and light on the in depth medical jargon then this is probably not a title that will be at the top of your list It's worth owning for the cannon of proportions the discussion on the subject of proportions and the illustrated plates in the backbut unless you are a big medicalphysiologymorphology buff the rest of the book will likely leave you cold


  2. says:

    A medical anatomist studies anatomy from the aspect of the healthy biological functioning of the body and then of its malfunctioning The artistic anatomist studies anatomy from the aspect of the visual appearance of the body and from this establishes a canon of beauty An artist includes and deliberately leaves out aspects of the visual body in order to produce the image he seeks to project Richer’s book in text and images gives an artist a superb grounding in those things he needs to know to achieve these goals


  3. says:

    Le meilleur method de l'anatomie artistiue je l'ai lu et dessine tous


  4. says:

    Excellent and detailed Great illustrations of bonesmuscles composition


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Artistic Anatomy

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Artistic Anatomy is widely acknowledged to be the greatest book of its kind since the Renaissance The original French edition now a rare collector's item was published in 1889 and was probably used as a resource by Renoir Braue Degas B. Though this book is widely hailed as a classic I actually am not too enthusiastic about it If you are thinking of purchasing this book then you must know that 1 the majority of the visual reference material is concentrated in the back of the book 2 this is not a book on the actual practice of drawing the human form and 3 the vast majority of this book is composed of detailed medical data and terms With that disclaimer out of the way on to the actual reviewThough the writing is heavy on the medical terms and can come off as very dry and academic at times this is still a well written and well researched book if that high level of scientific detail is exactly what you're looking for The big prize in this book in my opinion however is the final chapter where Richer discusses cannons of proportion and outlines his own Not only does Richer admit that even in classical drawing there is wiggle room with proportions because cannons of proportion are generally based around averages and ideals but he fully details his own cannon of proportion which is probably the most handy thing in this entire book In fact I have seen Richer's cannon of proportion in use in How to Draw Manga Male Characters and other various works and tutorials on drawing the human figure as wellSo in conclusion if you're looking for an anatomy book that's heavy on the visual examples and light on the in depth medical jargon then this is probably not a title that will be at the top of your list It's worth owning for the cannon of proportions the discussion on the subject of proportions and the illustrated plates in the backbut unless you are a big medicalphysiologymorphology buff the rest of the book will likely leave you cold Disoriental you are thinking of purchasing this book then Vanishing Girls: Detective Josie Quinn you must know that 1 the majority of the visual reference material is concentrated in the back of the book 2 this is not a book on the actual practice of drawing the human form and 3 the vast majority of this book is composed of detailed medical data and terms With that disclaimer out of the way on to the actual reviewThough the writing is heavy on the medical terms and can come off as very dry and academic at times this is still a well written and well researched book if that high level of scientific detail is exactly what Mutants you're looking for The big prize in this book in my opinion however is the final chapter where Richer discusses cannons of proportion and outlines his own Not only does Richer admit that even in classical drawing there is wiggle room with proportions because cannons of proportion are generally based around averages and ideals but he fully details his own cannon of proportion which is probably the most handy thing in this entire book In fact I have seen Richer's cannon of proportion in use in How to Draw Manga Male Characters and other various works and tutorials on drawing the human figure as wellSo in conclusion if Hate to Love You (Love/Hate, you're looking for an anatomy book that's heavy on the visual examples and light on the in depth medical jargon then this is probably not a title that will be at the top of Parsnips, Buttered: Bamboozle and Boycott Modern Life, One Email at a Time your list It's worth owning for the cannon of proportions the discussion on the subject of proportions and the illustrated plates in the backbut unless Lewis Carroll In His Own Account you are a big medicalphysiologymorphology buff the rest of the book will likely leave Art of Magic the Gathering: Innistrad you cold

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Azille and many others The English language edition first published 35 years ago brings together the nineteenth century's greatest teacher of artistic anatomy Paul Richer and the twentieth century's most renowned teacher of anatomy and. A medical anatomist studies anatomy from the aspect of the healthy biological functioning of the body and then of its malfunctioning The artistic anatomist studies anatomy from the aspect of the visual appearance of the body and from this establishes a canon of beauty An artist includes and deliberately leaves out aspects of the visual body in order to produce the image he seeks to project Richer’s book in text and images gives an artist a superb grounding in those things he needs to know to achieve these goals Daniel (Council Enforcers, years ago brings together the nineteenth century's greatest teacher of artistic anatomy Paul Richer and the twentieth century's most renowned teacher of anatomy and. A medical anatomist studies anatomy from the aspect of the healthy biological functioning of the body and then of its malfunctioning The artistic anatomist studies anatomy from the aspect of the visual appearance of the body and from this establishes a canon of beauty An artist includes and deliberately leaves out aspects of the visual body in order to produce the image he seeks to project Richer’s book in text and images gives an artist a superb grounding in those things he needs to know to achieve these goals

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Figure drawing Robert Beverly Hale who translated and edited the book for the modern reader Now Watson Guptill is proud to reissue this dynamic classic with an anniversary sticker sure to inspire drawing students well into our century. Le meilleur method de l'anatomie artistiue je l'ai lu et dessine tous