Muscles in Motion

Muscles in Motion

Figure Drawing for the Comic Book Artist

Book - 2005
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Superhero comic books usually call for two things: muscles and action. Comic book artists are constantly looking for sources for those superhuman muscles, and now Muscles in Motion will heed their cry for help. While most figure--drawing books focus on static poses, Muscles in Motion analyzes the movement of bodybuilders and athletes, showing the flow of action in step--by--step intervals. With 800 dynamic drawings taken directly from the sketchbook of award--winning artist Glenn Fabry, plus Fabry's insightful commentary on those drawings, this is the single most practical book on figure drawing for comic book artists, beginning, intermediate, and advanced.
Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill Publications, 2005
ISBN: 0823031454 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Branch Call Number: 741.5 FAB
Characteristics: 143 p. : ill. ; 28 cm

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Tibenon
Jul 07, 2010

While this book is definitely a great resource for some anatomically correct and dynamic poses, it doesn't quite show you how to draw "muscles in motion".

The book is more like a printed out sketchbook than an instructional manual.

On that note, however, it is still quite useful and informative.

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