by George B. Bridgman
Publisher: Pelham, N.Y. 1920
Number of pages: 228
Learn how to draw the human figure with the practical and effective method made famous by a leading art instructor. Bridgman first simplifies complex anatomy problems into simple structures before exploring the muscle patterns into more complex detail. This allows the artist to see the particular anatomy problem as a proportional mass rather than a complex network of muscle fibers.
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