Anatomy guides offer the discerning artist a rich and varied tapestry of uses. In this groundbreaking book, Valerie L. Winslow not only digs deep to educate the reader about the skeletal and muscle structure of the human body, she takes an artist step-by-step through the muscles, bones, and joints to offer a complete narrative of individual human examination.
Written with the vibrancy as only an animator can do, Classic Human Anatomy in Motion interweaves scientific illustration and the study of sequential action that artists, students, illustrators and educators will appreciate. It takes a lot of work to make something as complex as the human body to be presented so simply and understandable, and Winslow's book will be a resource you will find yourself returning to again and again.
Hardcover. Beautifully bound, and a pleasure to share with museum colleagues. An excellent sequel to Winslow's Classic Human Anatomy. I highly recommend this reference of human anatomy for anyone interested in the subject.
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.