FORCE: Drawing Human Anatomy

Download FORCE: Drawing Human Anatomy written by Mike Mattesi in PDF format. This book is under the category Anatomy and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1138731234; 0415733979/9781138731233/ 9780415733977. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

$19.99

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Specifications

book-author

Mike Mattesi

publisher

CRC Press; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

331 pages

language

English

asin

B01N29M2IF

isbn10

1138731234; 0415733979

isbn13

9781138731233/ 9780415733977


Book Description

This free PDF book, titled Force: Drawing Human Anatomy, examines the various aspects of motion in the human body. In contrast to the technique of memorization, Mattesi emphasizes the function of each body part and how the relationship between gravity and different poses effects the aesthetics and form of muscle. The reader will be able to concentrate on mastering one body part at a time thanks to the chapter structure, which is organized according to the many sections of the body. Images that are color-coded illustrate each muscle and the many angles at which it can be viewed. In this book, the anatomy of animated characters receives special attention, which enables the reader to create a character that is anatomically realistic both when they are still and when they are moving.

Principal Attributes

 

  • Become familiar with the process of drawing anatomy and defining it based on the function of a posture.
  • Clarity of design for improved reader comprehension; sections of the body’s anatomy are grouped and color-coded according to their respective locations.
  • You’ll be able to simply follow the building of an anatomically accurate figure thanks to the detailed visual guidance that includes colorful diagrams that show each stage in sequential order.
  • Drawing demonstrations and further information on anatomy can be found on the companion website, which is located at DrawingFORCE.com.

 

 

PLEASE TAKE NOTE That the offer comes with a PDF version of the book “Drawing Human Anatomy.” There are no access codes contained within.

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Content: Chapter 1. The power of force —
Chapter 2. Mass and forceful form —
Chapter 3. Force shape —
Chapter 4. The skeleton : framework for the figure —
Chapter 5. How this book functions —
Chapter 6. Head, neck, upper back —
Chapter 7. Chest, shoulders, blades —
Chapter 8. Arms, hands —
Chapter 9. Abs, obliques, serratus lats —
Chapter 10. Pelvis, TFL, glutes —
Chapter 12. Knees, calves, feet —
Chapter 13. Closing thoughts.

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