Anatomy For Sculptors: Understanding the Human;
Anatomy of Facial Expression;
Form of the Head and Neck
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In these three books, you will find all the necessary information on the human body forms – starting from the torso and larger muscles down to the most delicate facial expressions!
The hardcover bundle includes:
- Anatomy for Sculptors: Understanding the Human Figure
- Anatomy of Facial Expressions
- Form of the Head and Neck
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A live model substitute. You need to put in long hours of practice to hone your skills and become a masterful visual artist. Having a live model in your training makes a big difference, but, as you may know, one is not always available. However, reliable anatomy references can be an excellent substitute for the live model – as long as they really are good! Understanding the Human Figure has every reference you’ll need rendered in top quality.
Real emotions are hard to fake. We need to learn the subtle visual nuances that make us connect with a character’s inner world. Anatomy of Facial Expression lets you understand the anatomy behind the delicate facial movements and provides you with the language to convey them.
From simple to complex. Form of the Head and Neck breaks down the complex organic forms of the face into simple, understandable building blocks. Every element, such as the mouth, eye, or ear, is reduced to block-outs and gradually re-developed into detailed realistic shapes. This structured approach helps artists to understand complex structures better.
For artists, the essential part is how it looks. When it comes to anatomy for artists, the visual aspect is what matters the most. It doesn’t mean being superficial – visual references are simply more directly applicable to creating visual artworks. Uldis Zarins uses his 25 years of experience as a practicing visual artist to develop an approach to anatomy that works. Instead of long blocks of text and rows of Latin terms, we use visual images and information design to help you understand how the human body fits together.