Drawing The Human Form: Methods, Sources, Concepts

Paperback | January 6, 1994

byWilliam A. Berry

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Focused specifically on drawing methods – rather than stylistic preferences – this text/workbook presents drawing methods in the form of exercises – describing and illustrating each method in terms of student practice, drawing theory, and art historical precedent.

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Focused specifically on drawing methods – rather than stylistic preferences – this text/workbook presents drawing methods in the form of exercises – describing and illustrating each method in terms of student practice, drawing theory, and art historical precedent.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:306 pages, 10.8 × 8 × 0.8 inPublished:January 6, 1994Publisher:Pearson Education

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ISBN - 10:0132197839

ISBN - 13:9780132197830

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Table of Contents



1. Drawing a Simple Shape: Prelude to the Human Form.


2. Seeing Large Forms: Outline and Silhouette.


3. Drawing in Line: Contour, Constructs, Visual Measurement, Movement, and Memory.


4. Modeling: Relief, Shadow, Tone, and Contour.


5. The Skeleton: The Structural Framework of Body Forms.


6. The Muscles: The Dynamics of the Human Form.


7. Advanced Studies: Approaches to Composition, Color and Modeling.


8. Drawing as Preparation: The Development of Visual Concepts.


Bibliography.


Index.