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Anatomy for 3D Artists: The Essential Guide for CG Professionals Paperback – 31 December 2015
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- Publisher : 3DTotal Publishing (31 December 2015)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 288 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1909414247
- ISBN-13 : 978-1909414242
- Item Weight : 1 kg 130 g
- Dimensions : 21.08 x 1.78 x 29.46 cm
- Country of Origin : USA
- Best Sellers Rank: #237,718 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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What this book is, basically: a whole bunch of 3d artist's workflows and styles put into one book with no narrative or analysis Why are so many people giving this book 5 stars? I've read a few anatomy books and if anything, I understand the human body less then when I started. If you're looking for a bunch of really impressive artwork and no detailed explanation to how these talented people achieved it....Then this book is definitely for you.
I suppose thats not strictly true, it does try to be helpful by showing you (extremely vaguely) how they might have done it, they miss out a ton of steps in-between. But thats what happens when you find people who are very talented artists but not very good teachers. I'm not really sure how I can even comment on the information in the book. So thats what the biceps look like...? Ok, cool, cool.
All these anatomy books seem to do the same thing: Here's some drawings! Here's some bones! (of in-determinate gender), here's some muscles! here's a body builder! Here's a very sexy lady!
If that bone comment doesn't make sense, go on Google image search and search "Human Skull" and try to find a female skull. I guarantee anybody who uses this book as a reference won't be able to do it. Here's another brain teaser for you! True or false: Female and Male spines have different curvature. Another one: What are the differences between the male and female pelvis? Which this book doesn't cover either.