The book is very aesthetically pleasing while being very simplistic. The contents of the book are phenomenal. If you want a bigger book that follows a similar approach, maybe burne hogarth's dynamic anatomy is more your speed.
It visually draws the anatomy of the human body and breaks down into simple shapes very well. The drawings visually communicate the form of various body parts. They show the body in different poses so you can see how the isolated form shifts around th... Read More
Very concise but full of great content. More drawing than words. Easy to use for referencing because it lays flat.
Great reference book for the experience artist or even a beginner. Written by a tenured professor of art. Includes blurb and examples.
The back page of the book is glued to the back cover in such a way that it will not break off. This allows the book to lay flat so that we can easily work from the images.
The spine of this book was not attached to the pages. The book is only glued to the cover along a narrow strip of the last page, virtually guaranteeing the pages will rip free within the year.
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.
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