How to Draw the Human Figure

Author: Victor G. Ambrus

Publisher: Northlight

ISBN: 9780891349303

Category: Art

Page: 116

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Offers advice on drawing the head, facial features, hair, and hands, shows examples of nude sketches, and includes suggestions on creating portraits
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The Human Figure

Author: Mark Bergin

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781906714512

Category: Figure drawing

Page: 32

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You too will be able to draw the human figure as Mark Bergin guides you through all the stages to the finished artwork.
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How to Draw the Human Figure

Author: Tom Richardson

Publisher: Tom Richardson

ISBN: 0982167814

Category: Art

Page: 236

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The drawings in this book are from Grace Young's student workbook from three series of classes, one of twenty minute poses and two of memory action poses. She was a student in the late 1920s in Philadelphia. Also included in this book are illustrations from the teaching methods and teaching materials of the time when there was a transition from drawing from casts and prints to drawing the living figure.
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How to Draw the Human Figure

Famous Artists School, Step-by-Step Method

Author: Cortina Famous Schools Staff

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9780805015287

Category: Art

Page: 98

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Introduces drawing materials and techniques, describes the physical structure of the human body, and offers tips on capturing gesture, form, motion, and shading in figure studies
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How to Draw a Human Figure

Author: John Raynes,Jody Raynes

Publisher: Parragon Publishing

ISBN: 9780752587721

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 160

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From life studies to character portraits- a comprehensively illustrated masterclass in drawing the human form. Organized on a project-by-project basis so that skills can be learned and applied logically.
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How to Draw... the Human Figure!

Author: Stephan Michael Loy

Publisher: How to Draw

ISBN: 9781728694559

Category: Art

Page: 160

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The easy, no pressure way to draw the human figure, suitable for fledgling artists of all ages. Learn to draw figures, including front-facing, profiles, poses, clothing, and muscles. These are beginner lessons, no artistic talent needed, just a will to try something new and fun! Most drawing books showcase the author's ability to produce wonderful art, but they also demonstrate the author's inability to communicate that process to beginners. Stephan Michael Loy has been teaching art to young students for nearly thirty years. He has won the coveted Golden Apple Award and the Best Buy Teach award for his efforts to make learning easy and accessible. Buy How to Draw... the Human Figure! and you'll be drawing realistic people in no time!
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How to Draw the Human Figure

An Anatomical Approach

Author: Louise Gordon

Publisher: Penguin Paperbacks

ISBN: 9780140464771

Category: Art

Page: 144

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Matches anatomical information with surface forms and shows how anatomical knowledge can be used for selective emphasis as well as for realism in art, using drawings by masters and the author to clarify points made in the text
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Children's Drawings of the Human Figure

Author: Maureen V. Cox

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 1134832303

Category: Psychology

Page: 168

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The human figure is one of the earliest topics drawn by the young child and remains popular throughout childhood and into adolescence. When it first emerges, however, the human figure in the child's drawing is very bizarre: it appears to have no torso and its arms, if indeed it has any, are attached to its head. Even when the figure begins to look more conventional the child must still contend with a variety of problems: for instance, how to draw the head and body in the right proportions and how to draw the figure in action. In this book, Maureen Cox traces the development of the human form in children's drawings; she reviews the literature in the field, criticises a number of major theories which purport to explain the developing child's drawing skills and also presents new data.
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