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Faces and Face Parts. Anatomy drawing lessons. Another mention of the book is on a page of the study of Human Proportions through the ages: Proportionslehre from the Luitpold-Gymnasium Munchen: Polycletus was a Greek Sculptor active in the late s and early s B.
None of his works survive but Roman copies do. He was and is most appreciated for the naturalness of his sculptures and his admiration for the beauty of the natural figure as opposed to rigorous ideals of proportion.
He also used a natural shift of weight to one leg known as contrapposto which gave his works a feeling of movement. Feet Drawing. Feet Drawing requires you to be aware of issues such as proportions and main lines.
You must also make allowance for the gender and age of your subjects. Feet play an importan part in the expression of a figure. Copying and studing the studies below will help to stimulate your faculties of observation.
Note the direction lines of the ankles and the toes. Make sure you get sufficient depth from the arch to the instep when drawing a foot. These are drawings of female feet: Children's feet are good to study because they have not been distorted by shoes too much. In chidren the arch of their feet is usually more pronounced.
Some are great and some are not so great, but I own nearly all of them. Artistic Anatomy by Dr. Paul Richer Dr. This book, translated from the original French edition, contains detailed explanations of the form, function, and structure of all the muscles important to an artist.
Originally written in it has been reference by nearly every other anatomy book written since. The text is illuminating but difficult for a beginner to understand.
The plates, while extremely accurate and concise, are separate from the text and located at the back of the book. Highest recommendation for intermediate or advanced artists. Published by Oxford University Press in , it has been in print for over 60 years.
Also useful is the pronunciations for the bones and muscles as well as the derivation of the names. Finishes with sections on proportions, gender variations, aging, and distinctions between races. Possibly the best book for artists starting their anatomy studies.
This book by Goldfinger reads like an anatomy encyclopedia — systematically covering all the relevant muscles to an artist. Well drawn illustrations show the muscle schematically and photographs show how the muscle appears on the surface.
This book is indispensable reference and should be open for all projects.