Morpho: Skeleton and Bone Reference Points: Anatomy for Artists (Paperback)
This book provides a simplified and practical vision of the human skeleton to help you in your drawing studies. Here you will find the most common and useful approaches to the body's underlying skeleton and bone structure, which will fuel your imagination and enrich your observational skills as you draw the living form. In this small, portable guide, artist and teacher Michel Lauricella focuses on the essentials you need to know, creating a book that is highly usable and helpful for artists of all kinds.
(Publisher's Note: This book features an "exposed" binding style. This is intentional, as it is designed to help the book lay flat as you draw.)
Table of Contents
- Head and Neck
- Torso and Shoulders
- Upper Limbs
- Lower Limbs
About the Author
Michel Lauricella was trained at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He has taught morphology for 20 years, successively at the Emile Cohl School in Lyon, Beaux-Arts workshops in Paris, and the Gobelins (Paris). He is currently a professor at Lisaa (Paris) and at Fabrica1 (Paris).