To the specific * who is complaining about the book it's a cheat sheet to use as you draw not a theory book. The book has a great binding so you are able to lay the book flat with out needing a clip or extra hand. Secondly, there are little flaps on t... Read More
Burne hogarth's dynamic anatomy is just amazing. This book is incredibly handy and greatly detailed. Recommend this book.
Great little reference book for the experience artist or even a beginner. The reference is great, the way everything is well drawn and broken down into non-intimidating, simple shapes. It feels like it would be useful for many different drawing skill ... Read More
Human anatomy is succinctly explained & demonstrated. By simplifying the human form into essential shapes, it helps you bring forth the image in your mind's eye. This, by example, allows you a kind of blueprint to a more detailed finish.
I'm not sure if it's purposeful or not, but it does make it easier to use for referencing because it lays mostly flat. It packs a lot of information into a small, convenient form factor.
Fyodor dostoyevsky's novel is set in st. Petersburg, russia during the 1860s. The novel is about a young man named raskolnikov. Cheney read the book at the bohemian grove in 1982.
With poverty come predators, molesters, drunks and others walking the streets. It shows the shortfalls of trying to form your own moral compass.
The pevear-volokhonsky translation is not the same, and amazon should correct this without further delay. The blatantly false and deceptive blurb for this misfire is the pretense that a “ground-breaking commentary” accompanies the text.