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  • Freehand Figure Drawing for Illustrators

    Freehand Figure Drawing for Illustrators
    David H. Ross

    For on-the-go artists, Freehand Figure Drawing for Illustrators allows you complete freedom to bring your figures to life at any time. From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • Figure Drawing Without a Model

    Figure Drawing Without a Model
    Ron Tiner

    Instruktioner i at tegne mennesker uden model

  • Classic Human Anatomy in Motion

    Classic Human Anatomy in Motion
    Valerie L. Winslow

    The Artist's Guide to the Dynamics of Figure Drawing Valerie L. Winslow … The study of facial muscles and their movements is essential for animators, storyboard artists, comic book artists, illustrators, and fine artists who want to achieve a …

  • Comic & Fantasy Artist s Photo Reference

    Comic & Fantasy Artist’s Photo Reference
    Buddy Scalera

    This isn't your average visual aid full of boring, lifeless models in the same staid poses. In this book, you get WHAM! (Karate chop to the head!) WHOOSH! (Leaping out of danger!) ARGH! (I've been shot!).

  • Storyboards: Motion In Art

    Storyboards: Motion In Art
    Mark A. Simon

    Dynamic Figure Drawing By Burne Hogarth Publisher: Watson-Guptill, 1996 Figure Drawing for All It's Worth By Andrew Loomis Publisher: Viking Press, 1973 Recommended by storyboard artist Josh Hayes. Perspective! For Comic Book …

  • Storyboards

    Storyboards
    Mark Simon

    Motion in Art Mark Simon … Bridgman Publisher: Stirling, 1991 More than 1,000 anatomical drawings with full breakdowns of bones and muscles. Dynamic Figure Drawing By Burne Hogarth Publisher: Watson-Guptill, 1996 Figure Drawing for All It's Worth By Andrew Loomis … For Comic Book Artists By David Chelsea Publisher: Watson-Guptill, 1997 Perspective: A Step-by-Step for Mastering Perspective …

  • Cartooning for the Beginner

    Cartooning for the Beginner
    Christopher Hart

    Aspiring cartoonists of all ages can begin drawing a repertoire of characters from the moment they follow the wide-ranging yet simplified lessons that fill these instructive pages, written and illustrated by an all-time best-selling …

  • Exploring Drawing for Animation

    Exploring Drawing for Animation
    Kevin Hedgpeth, Stephen Missal

    When drawing the human form, the artist should notice that the top of the sternum , called the manubrium, has two plates that meet the clavicle (collar) … Ribs show on figures of men or women whose body fat is minimal and musculature not overly developed. Body-builders overlay enormous amounts of muscle tissue onto these bones, producing an odd, comic book appearance that has … The upper arm can only be raised to itsfull extent by the up and side sliding motion ofthe scapula.

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