James M. Dunlop's Anatomical Diagrams For The Use Of Art Students PDF
By James M. Dunlop
Any artist wishing to perform determine drawing or to appreciate the body's circulate will do good to check the interplay of muscular tissues with bone constitution. This undying advent to human anatomy combines paintings and technological know-how, targeting reasonable depictions of the skeleton's impression at the exterior shape and the attachments of the muscular system.
More than 70 black-and-white illustrations convey the positions and names of muscle groups and bones. transparent and actual, the diagrams disguise every little thing from the bones and muscle mass within the neck, head, trunk, limbs, hand, and foot to information of the face. Artists at each point of expertise will locate this quantity an critical reference.
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BONES. MUSCLES. OUTER VIEW OF THE LOWER LIMB. BONES. MUSCLES. FRONT VIEW OF THE LOWER LIMB. BONES. MUSCLES. INNER VIEW OF THE LOWER LIMB. BONES. MUSCLES BACK VIEW OF THE LOWER LIMB. BONES. MUSCLES. OUTER VIEW OF THE UPPER LIMB. BONES. MUSCLES. FRONT VIEW OF THE UPPER LIMB. BONES. MUSCLES. INNER VIEW OF THE UPPER LIMB. BONES. MUSCLES. BACK VIEW OF THE UPPER LIMB. BONES. MUSCLES. THE BONES IN RELATION TO THE OUTLINE OF FIGURE FRONT VIEW CONSTRUCTION LINES OF THE STANDING FIGURE. FRONT VIEW. Fig. 1 Fig.
Among the phenomena to be considered, the proportions of the great divisions of the body one to another claim an important place, and have justly received attention from remote times. Rules have been laid down by which an ideal standard has been sought to be fixed, the deviations produced by age and sex being taken into account; and while such standards are more or less artificial, and not to be too slavishly followed to the extent of an unnatural uniformity, they certainly are invaluable as expressing a mean which cannot be deviated from to more than a limited extent without transgressing the laws of nature and producing deformity.
BACK VIEW OF THE UPPER LIMB. BONES. MUSCLES. THE BONES IN RELATION TO THE OUTLINE OF FIGURE FRONT VIEW CONSTRUCTION LINES OF THE STANDING FIGURE. FRONT VIEW. Fig. 1 Fig. 2 In the above diagrams, Fig. 1 shows the leading constructive lines when the figure is standing upright and resting on both legs. In this position the line passing through the shoulders, and that drawn across the antr. supr. spines of the Pelvis, are both obviously at right angles to the vertical axis of the body. In Figure 2 the weight of the body is carried mainly on one leg, and in this position the axial line of the body becomes a curve, but still the line drawn through the shoulders and that through the Pelvis may be regarded as at right angles to this imaginary curve.