Human Anatomy Made Amazingly Easy by Christopher HartHuman Anatomy Made Amazingly Easy by Christopher Hart

Human Anatomy Made Amazingly Easy

byChristopher Hart

Paperback | September 1, 2000

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From head to toe, the human form, in all its complexities, is visually simplified to such a degree in this remarkable workbook that even complete beginners will soon be able to draw accurate, well-proportioned faces and figures every time they try.

Avoiding complex charts of muscles and bones that are more helpful to doctors than to artists, this book’s refreshing approach teaches anatomy from a cartoonist/illustrator’s point of view. For example, there are many large and small muscles in the neck, all rendered in great detail in most anatomy books, but here, master teacher Christopher Hart shows only the four that are visible and need to be drawn. His clear instruction helps readers to visualize and portray shifting body weight in a pose without the need of a model, and instead of showing a mass of facial muscles and bones, he translates them into the simple planes an artist needs to draw a range of expressive faces.
CHRISTOPHER HART is the world's bestselling author of drawing and cartooning books. His books have sold more than 7.4 million copies and have been translated into 20 languages. Renowned for up-to-the-minute content and easy-to-follow steps, all of Hart's books have become staples for a new generation of aspiring artists and professiona...
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Title:Human Anatomy Made Amazingly EasyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 10.83 × 8.5 × 0.4 inPublished:September 1, 2000Publisher:Potter/TenSpeed/HarmonyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0823024970

ISBN - 13:9780823024971

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great book! This is a great book for the more advanced artist looking to know placements of certain muscles and such. I'm a manga artist and these DC style drawings still helped. I suggest this to anyone looking to advance their full body techniques.
Date published: 2003-03-29

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Another way of measuring the model by sight is to observe the negative spaces created in a pose. Negative spaces are the empty shapes created within the outline of the pose. For example, look at the triangular shape of negative space under the model's raised leg. If you were drawing the model, and the negative space you drew resulted in a smaller area of negative space in comparison to what you observed on the model, you would know that you had erred. You can also use negative spaces when drawing strictly from your imagination. Pleasing negative spaces within a pose tend to open up a drawing.