Anatomy from the Life Model


Combining the study of Anatomy with evening life drawing, students overlay skeletal and muscle constructions onto copies of their own figure drawings.  The skeleton is often posed beside the figure model during drawing sessions. 

Below are examples from a recent lecture.

Overlay of Skeleton and Muscles onto Student Life Drawing 

Overlay of Muscles onto Student Life Drawing

Published in: on August 6, 2007 at 11:02 am  Comments (4)  

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  1. Looks amazing, would so like to get involved, I am a fine art graduate with particular interest in the figure and the work of the great masters. Please let me know if classes run, when where, how much etc many thanks, Catherine.

  2. A splendid web resource for young artists; myself and students here have really enjoyed your anatomical studies and the approach you use. Here’s a big thumbs up to all your work and wonderful compostions. Keep us in the loop and again, thanks for the inspiration!
    Boyd Nyberg M.F.A. M.A

  3. Thankyou for sharing this picture i love the position… it will help me out a lot!!

  4. I’m a studant studies animation. At abram friedman occupational in los Angeles CA.I want to find out if there any way for me to sent one of my drawing. Sincerely,Carlos Hernandez

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