Atlas Of Human Anatomy For The Artist
  • Atlas Of Human Anatomy For The Artist
  • Atlas Of Human Anatomy For The Artist
  • Atlas Of Human Anatomy For The Artist
  • Atlas Of Human Anatomy For The Artist
  • Atlas Of Human Anatomy For The Artist
ISBN: 0195030958
EAN13: 9780195030952
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 18, 1982
Pages: 272
Dimensions: 0.72" H x 10" L x 7.5" W
Weight: 1.49 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Stephen Rogers Peck's Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist remains unsurpassed as a manual for students. It includes sections on bones, muscles, surface anatomy, proportion, equilibrium, and locomotion. Other unique features are sections on the types of human physique, anatomy from birth to old age, an orientation on racial anatomy, and an analysis of facial expressions. The wealth of information offered by the Atlas ensures its place as a classic for the study of the human form.

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   Excellect Classical Views
I recently began to draw again for my midlife crisis. I have never had formal training, but I can make my figures look realistic with the exception of some anatomical details. Peck's bool gives me the in depth views that I lack from non-formal training. In the three days I have owned the book, my drawings have become more like ever more life. I would recommend this book for any artist, aspiritng or not.
   Good Beginner Book
After not being able to find the copy I bought in 2008, I bought this book for the second time. Although it is a beginner book, I still find myself referencing it, despite it being a little dated.
   I miss this book
This was not a purchase, but a rental and tbh i am thinking of actually buying it because it was so helpful!
   I am i love ❤️ by far one of my best purchases
As an upcoming artist, I desperately needed to learn anatomy, so I decided to purchase this book, and let me tell you, it has been one of the smartest decisions I ever made, so that I finally know if I should bother with any other anatomy book, because this covers everything.
   Very detailed
Not only is this a medical book for the sculptor or artist, but the written details also cover the great detailed illistrative explanations of the given bone or body part, the best reference book I ever had.
The simplified sketches are what attracted me to this book, and I was really disappointed to see how faded many of them are. More detailed anatomy drawings look good, but you could find something similar in a biology textbook. The sketches themselves appear as if the printer had run out of ink when they were printed. If you're willing to ignore some of the more old notions in this book, it could have been really great, I can 't sell something printed in such poor quality.
   Everything I need to know about human anatomy as an artist
A fellow artist I admired highly recommended this book, so I ordered it. It turned out to be such an outstanding book, both in terms of writing and illustrations - very happy with this purchase!
   good book
i got it because i suck right into the anatomy. I thought ya know something ''. So, I learn it and then I don 't get anything. i don 't know if its due to laziness or lack of explination in the book, but its overall a cool book.
   Great for a budding artist
It is a good read when you're bored and the art is gorgeous. It is a great first step for new artists who are interested in how anatomy works and what perspectives to use.
   I'm not a good enough artist to have put this book to very ...
This book goes through all bones and muscles and is very comprehensive. I am not a good enough artist to have this book put to very good use, but it looks great. The only thing is that someone told me that one of the muscle diagrams was wrong. There is therefore some incorrect information in this book?