I like hogarths way of describing rules and proportions, especially the way he describes overlapping forms, that was an epiphany for me and changed the way I drew completely. For beginners, it's still pretty good for inspiration. Four Classic Instructional Guides.
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Bridgman's Life Drawing
Originally Drawibg by kev ferrara. Originally Posted by stine sculpture. Unfortunately, his books are everywhere -- mainly due to aggressive pushes at the brigdman library level Watson-Guptill knows the school market. Like his famous anatomy course at the Art Students League, it is likely to vitalize your work with the human form. I didn't like that about bridgeman's book. January 3rd, 7. January 27th, September 22nd, By mMark in forum Art Discussions.
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This book is very helpful when used with a clearer anatomy reference book. Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically. I quite like Hogarths over exaggeration of the anatomy. Hogarth applies to Hogarth. And he seems to have successfully borrowed the idea of Hogarth's wire-frame lines to explain the sterno-mastoid and the tibia and knee cap To drawinng extent, the plenty of brjdgman examples are helpful at bringing the concept across, and to practice from.
I've borrowed the George Bridgman book from the library twice, but maybe I've been using it wrong. I am a sculptor, so my brigman of anatomy books is interprted from a 3D perspective, and to even put Hogarth in the same sentence with Michaelangelo or Bridgeman for that matter is well Black Friday deals for Parblo tablets.
There is no student nor serious artist, either amateur or professional, who cannot profit greatly from Bridgman's instruction.
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By manipulating this scale model, the student may observe how these masses move in space and into what relationships such movement brings them. His works taught me anything I needed to know about proportions when I was The main use of lie book is probably to help artists visualise the weight, forms of construction and mass of the figures. Posts Thanks 19 Thanked 29 Times in 12 Posts. January 3rd, 9.
December 28th, 3. Had to jump in on this one, I dont very often. Yeah, but it is still the constant flooding of your brain with the correct visual that pife you. When I was first starting out as a sculptor, and lover of human anatomy, back in the days of Robert Beverly at the Art Students League, I was intrigued by Hogarth because there was something 'dynamic' in his handeling, not of the anatomy, but of the line itself.
Eg, like in page 49 Mine is the Life drawing bookthe top female figure. Human Anatomy for Artists: Well I see something I am not sure about. Product Description Product Details Life Drawing is not so much a unique system of drawing the human form as it is a new way of conceptualizing it.
First of all, I am not going to comment on the hogarth issue. The Energetic Line in Figure Drawing.