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Life Drawing

A Complete Guide to Drawing People

208 pages
Arcturus Publishing Limited

Explores how the human body works from bone structure to musculature, to show how to create both stillness and movement when drawing figures.

Shows how to create all kinds of different effects including tone and texture, fullness and absence.

It will fuel readers' imagination and enrich their observational skills as they draw the living form.

Uses models of a wide variety of ages, ethnicities and body types.

Author Bio
Jennifer Crouch is an artist, teacher, researcher and maker. She is artist-in-residence at UCL Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging (CABI) and is also a PhD candidate at the University of Portsmouth. She is the co-founder of the Art/Physics collective Jiggling Atoms and has worked with anatomists at St George's University, the Gordon Museum of Pathology and with entomologists at the Natural History Museum. She trained as a medical illustrator and is a tutor for Anatomical Drawing at Central Saint Martins in London, UK.