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Easy-to-follow guide by a renowned artist and teacher offers a systematic approach to learning proportion, rules of repose and motion, and basic forms. Using the anatomic details of the horse and cow, the student learns how to modify these drawings to portray a dog, lion, and other animals.




The artist's guide to animal anatomy



This superbly illustrated and easy-to-follow guide by an internationally renowned artist and teacher illuminates many biomechanical concepts important in portraying a variety of animals in a wide array of positions. Nearly 150 illustrations, 78 of them in color, offer artists and students a systematic approach to learning proportion, rules of repose and motion, and basic forms. Following lessons on skeletal and anatomical details, the student learns to create accurate, lively portrayals of horses, cows, dogs, lions, gorillas, bears, and other engaging creatures. Directions are provided for drawing subjects in poses ranging from static to rapidly moving. An excellent guide for drawing animal forms accurately and freely, this guide will be of value to students at all levels of expertise. The author, according to art critic Marshall Vandruff, draws animal anatomy with authority and is one of those rare artists who can draw with technical precision as well as with wild expressiveness. Along with his other major work, The Artist's Guide to Human Anatomy, this book represents the distillation of Bammes's insights and ideas. Together, the two volumes comprise an essential addition to the working library of any artist or illustrator. ...This superbly illustrated and easy-to-follow guide by an internationally renowned artist and teacher illuminates many biomechanical concepts important in portraying a variety of animals in a wide array of positions. Nearly 150 illustrations, 78 of them in color, offer artists and students a systematic approach to learning proportion, rules of repose and motion, and basic forms. Following lessons on skeletal and anatomical details, the student learns to create accurate, lively portrayals of horses, cows, dogs, lions, gorillas, bears, and other engaging creatures. Directions are provided for drawing subjects in poses ranging from static to rapidly moving. An excellent guide for drawing animal forms accurately and freely, this guide will be of value to students at all levels of expertise. The author, according to art critic Marshall Vandruff, "draws animal anatomy with authority and is one of those rare artists who can draw with technical precision as well as with wild expressiveness." Along with his other major work, The Artist's Guide to Human Anatomy, this book represents the distillation of Bammes's insights and ideas. Together, the two volumes comprise an essential addition to the working library of any artist or illustrator. Unabridged Dover (2004) republication of the English edition first published by Transedition Books, Oxford, 1994.


Learning to draw animals the right way helps a lot whether you want to become an illustrator, painter, sculptor, animator, or any other type of artist. The book Animal Drawing: Anatomy and Action for Artists teaches less about detailed anatomy and more about drawing.


The author Doug Lindstrand has over 30 years experience observing animals in the wild and studying how they move. He teaches in a step-by-step approach using lessons and guided exercises to help you achieve a realistic end result.


Artist and photographer J.C. Amberlyn combines her love of animals into her book Drawing Wildlife. The early chapters talk about basic animal anatomy and quickly move into more detailed topics of rendering and construction.


You can look at the history of anatomy through a variety of disciplinary lenses: medicine, psychology, social sciences, visual art, and more. Check out the University of Rhode Island's Human Anatomy and Physiology resource guide as well as CU Boulder Libraries' guide to resources for Integrative Physiology; you may also want to peruse History resources and History of Science guide through CU Boulder Libraries.


Posted in History of Medicine, John Martin Rare Book RoomTagged Japanese mid-Edo medicinal plants scroll, rare medical booksSep152021New Acquisition John Martin Rare Book Room Bleuland, Otium academicumPosted on September 15, 2021 by Sarah AndrewsBLEULAND, JAN (1756-1838) Otium academicum : continens descriptionem speciminum nonnullarum partium corporis humani et animalium subtilioris anatomiae ope in physiologicum usum praeparatarum, aliarumque, quibus morborum organicorum natura illustratur. [Academic leisure: containing a description of several specimens of the human body and of exact animal anatomy prepared for use in physiology, and containing a description of other items with which the nature of organic diseases is illustrated]. Printed in Utrecht by Johannes Altheer in 1828. 168 pages. 37 color illustrations and 35 black and white illustrations. 29 cm tall.


A new view of a woman's body, a fully illustrated guide by the federation of feminist women's health centersPresents clear, detailed descriptions of vaginal and breast self examination, the complete anatomy of the clitoris, common infections, lab tests, fertility detection, donor insemination, birth control, menstrual extraction, abortion care, surgical procedures and home remedies. With detailed illustrations/anatomical drawings. 041b061a72


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