Practical Art Anatomy

Practical Art Anatomy

Practical Art Anatomy

Practical Art Anatomy



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A clear and informative guide to understanding and drawing the human figure. First published in 1918, Practical Art Anatomy offers thorough explanations of the structure of the skeleton, the arrangement of muscles and how they work together to in the human form. An excellent help in figure drawing to help learn the "landmarks" of the figure for faster and more accurate gesture drawings.

Detailed line drawings throughout the book aid identification and depiction of each anatomical feature, clearly labeled for reading on smaller screens.

Book has been converted to text and can be resized for easier reading and contains 141 illustrations.

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BN ID: 2940016533490
Publisher: Alex Liggett
Publication date: 06/09/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 11 MB
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About the Author

Although you've probably never heard of him- cartoonist, animator and author E. G. Lutz is the reason that 19 year old Walt Disney took an interest in pursuing animation. Lutz’s book Animated Cartoons: How They Are Made, Their Origin and Development, is credited time and again for being the book that Disney read that got him to think about starting up a business. However, little to nothing is known about E.G. (Edwin George) Lutz, though the impact of his writing and ideas is obviously tremendous.

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