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Muscles in Motion: Figure Drawing for the Comic Book Artist
by Glenn Fabry
Comic-book artists are constantly on the lookout for sources for creating those super-human muscles, and now MUSCLES IN MOTION is ready to heed their cry for help. While most anatomy and life-drawing books focus on average bodies, MUSCLES IN MOTION looks at the musculature of bodybuilders and athletes, and then builds on those physiques to create exaggerated forms that are ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Watson-Guptill
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I'm glad I borrowed this from the library because this book isn't worth the money.
All the figure drawing examples included are from some exercise videos. Not really a problem except that the drawings aren't very good. They are sketchy and the muscles aren't defined well enough. On some sketches, it's hard to make out the form of the muscles. It can get so bad that sometimes the front and back of a person is hard to differentiate.
The poses are pretty stiff and st ...more