Maybe you ve noticed. Today s superheroes and action heroes aren t as brawny and muscular as they used to be. In fact, almost all the characters in comic books and on TV have a fresh, new look simplified, streamlined, edgier, with a hint of anime/cartoon design, and appealing to kids and adults alike. Now Christopher Hart, the superhero of how-to-draw books, has come to the rescue of artists everywhere with "e;Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist."e; Anatomy has always been a difficult subject, but for this book Hart uses his straightforward approach to show a simpler way. In clear step-by-step illustrations and text, he shows: how to draw streamlined figures in poses; body types and muscles; the mechanics of facial expression; how to know which muscles to eliminate in a simplified drawing; grouping muscles; muscle contours versus bone contours; muscles in classic comic-book poses like flying and punching; and more. Now artist can stop struggling with the fine points of anatomy and start creating modern looking heroes and heroines with help from "e;Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist."e;"e;
Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist
Watson-Guptill Publications, Incorporated
How to Draw the New Streamlined Look of Action-Adventure Comics!
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