- Tapa blanda: 256 páginas
- Editor: Watson-Guptill Publications; Edición: 2 Revised edition (28 de febrero de 2000)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0823015521
- ISBN-13: 978-0823015528
- Valoración media de los clientes: 3 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº11.240 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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Dynamic Anatomy (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 28 feb 2000
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Praised by critics and teachers alike for more than forty years, Burne Hogarth's Dynamic Anatomy is recognised worldwide as the classic, indispensable text on artistic anatomy. Now revised, expanded and completely redesigned with more than 75 never before published drawings from the Hogarth archives and 24 pages of new material. This award-winning book brilliantly reveals the live, expressive structure of the human form. Superb action studies and practical diagrams show how to render the anatomical details of the figure in motion and at rest. Over 400 remarkable illustrations explain the anatomical details of male and female figures in motion and at rest, always stressing the human form in space. This revised and expanded edition of Dynamic Anatomy initiates the re-launch of all six titles in the series.
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Burne Hogarth (1911-1996) remarkable career spanned over sixty years, He is most famous for his syndicated colour page feature "Tarzan" (1937-1950) and for his illustrated adaptations of Edgar Rice Burroughs novels.
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Best of all, in combination with "Dynamic Figure Drawing", he teaches us how to build a person in any pose in your mind and then render and sculpt that form in three dimensions on paper (or screen) without any need to reference anything. Don't try to do it with "Dynamic Figure Drawing" alone. I started with that book and couldn't wait to jump into "Dynamic Anatomy" to get a better understanding of the fundamentals.
The books are so good (and affordable), that even though I could have easily continued to check them out from the library, I purchased them to have the ultimate reference on hand at all times. They're a must for anyone rendering the human form.
It can be a little overwhelming at first, but the lessons and tools that Hogarth provides are so brilliant and ingenious, it's practically like a roadmap to drawing accurately proportioned figures.
And to the detractors who say that Hogarth is instructing them to draw grotesque, hyper-muscled bodies -- that is most certainly not the case. He explicitly details the layout of the human figure in order to show how an artist constructs a figure. By understanding how and where the muscles go together, he shows how to draw the human figure in near perfect proportion without the aid of a model.
In this book the musculature is exaggerated only for the purpose of clarity and instruction, but Hogarth doesn't demand that the reader draw this way. It's merely a tool for understanding.
** Update 2yrs later: I had previously given this 5-Stars. But after spending much more time with the book -- I must change that to 4-stars, with an explanation:
While the book does have numerous, amazing gems, you must first plod through endless pages of ridiculously overwritten passages, full of unhelpful (for most people) medical jargon.
It's still a valuable tool, for an experienced artist, but I believe it would only hinder and frustrate most beginners. (Unless they happened to also be in Medical School.)
You can find nearly all of the best tips in Hogarth's more accessible 'Dynamic Figure Drawing,' which I would recommend instead.