Book Review: Classic Human Anatomy in Motion

Hardbound and heavy (well over three pounds), Classic Human Anatomy in Motion by Valerie L. Winslow is not one of those books that you can throw in your backpack and pull it out while you’re sketching during lunch. This is a book people put on a special shelf dedicated to oversize art volumes and referred to as needed.

As far as content goes, there is a true wealth of information here. 292 pages worth, covering literally everything needed to draw the human figure. Diagrams and charts supplement the hundreds of pictures and no part of the human body is overlooked.

Regardless of if you are an art student, professional artist, animator or illustrator you are guaranteed to find useful information in these pages. It is a resource you will find yourself returning to again and again. Highly recommended.

I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.



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