The Anatomy of Style: Figure Drawing Techniques

The Anatomy of Style Figure Drawing Techniques Patrick J Jones brings his unique teaching methods for drawing the human form to today s generation of artists Continuing the legacy of such revered masters of figure drawing as Loomis Hogarth and R

  • Title: The Anatomy of Style: Figure Drawing Techniques
  • Author: Patrick J. Jones Pat Wilshire
  • ISBN: 9780957664982
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Paperback
  • Patrick J Jones brings his unique teaching methods for drawing the human form to today s generation of artists Continuing the legacy of such revered masters of figure drawing as Loomis, Hogarth, and Riley, is the highly regarded artist and teacher Patrick J Jones His fresh, innovative approach breaks the human body down into shapes and rhythms that can easily be committPatrick J Jones brings his unique teaching methods for drawing the human form to today s generation of artists Continuing the legacy of such revered masters of figure drawing as Loomis, Hogarth, and Riley, is the highly regarded artist and teacher Patrick J Jones His fresh, innovative approach breaks the human body down into shapes and rhythms that can easily be committed to memory, demystifying the art of figure drawing in the process Much than a book on anatomy this guide explains how to use knowledge of the human form to produce drawings with style and grace, using pastel, pencil, and charcoal techniques and tools It features reproductions of the original anatomy sheets and figure drawings produced during Patrick s live lectures, and is packed full of insights from a modern master of anatomy Offering plenty of practical instruction and insights for digital painters, this resource will also enhance the drawing and painting techniques of figurative artists, animators, and students at every level of experience.

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    1. I actually bought this book for my boyfriend because I caught him reading it in my bookstore's cafe while I was working. I wanted to improve my figure studies so I read it as well. I filled up a 24 page 14 x 17 inch sketchbook, mainly focusing on hands, feet, and male vs. female.This book is broken up into seven parts. To name a few: Foundations tackles male vs. female anatomy, Masterclass demonstrates how to draw features of the head and torso, and Drawing From Life starts introducing figure dr [...]

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