Human anatomy: an artist's step-by-step guide to techniques and materials

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New Holland, Sep 28, 2002 - Art - 80 pages
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Experiment with a range of drawing materials, from chalks and charcoal to watercolors and oils, allowing each medium to enhance your work. Understand the body’s structure and how it moves. Develop your skills with a series of exciting projects, including arms, torso and legs, heads, the male and female body, a female reclining, an athlete, and a dancer.

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How the Body Works
torso and legs

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About the author (2002)

James Horton is the author of numerous practical art books, including "Learn to Draw the Figure," "Pastel Techniques," and "Skin Tones," He teaches art in colleges around the UK and has exhibited his work widely, including mixed exhibitions at the National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Academy, and the Royal Portrait Society.

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