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Cyclopedia Anatomicae
     

Cyclopedia Anatomicae

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by Gyorgy Feher, Andras Szunyoghy (Illustrator)
 

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Designed for both professional and amateur artists, Cyclopedia Anatomicae is an essential guide to mastering the fundamentals of anatomical drawing. In addition to the human figure, it covers horses, dogs, cats, pigs, apes and more. Detailed, fully annotated illustrations of the skeletal, joint, and muscular systems clarify the proportions of each body type

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Designed for both professional and amateur artists, Cyclopedia Anatomicae is an essential guide to mastering the fundamentals of anatomical drawing. In addition to the human figure, it covers horses, dogs, cats, pigs, apes and more. Detailed, fully annotated illustrations of the skeletal, joint, and muscular systems clarify the proportions of each body type and lay the foundation for reproducing movements with true-to-life accuracy. With more than 1,500 illustrations, tips on drawing techniques, and informative explanations of the basics on human and animal anatomy, Cyclopedia Anatomicae provides the helpful guidance any artist can use.

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ISBN-13:
9781603761420
Publisher:
Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
08/15/2009
Pages:
603
Product dimensions:
9.70(w) x 11.30(h) x 1.50(d)

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Cyclopedia Anatomicae 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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We bought this book at a little bookshop during our holidays in the Dordogne for approximately ¿ 25,00 for our 14 year old daughter, who is very much into drawing and painting these days.It is a magnificent book and there is much to learn from it, when you start drawing people and animals. Fam. Edema, Holland
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When I saw this great tome at the store, I thought it was too good to be true. After purchasing it for a paltry $10, I discovered the pages contained countless (read: 1500+) images of the skeletal and muscular system of humans and other mammals, along with a preface containing pieces about posture and clothing. Since I bough it almost three months ago, I've been using it nonstop for its precise presentation of muscles in the human body, mainly. Being interested in the art of Alex Grey, I found it very helpful. You should buy this book not only if you want to draw muscles and bones, but want a greater knowledge of what lies beneath the skin to better portray mammals naturally. I recommend this for any artist.