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    PaulDidier
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    Been trying to post Day 19 image all day, but for some reason the image isn’t posting. Will try again tomorrow.

     

     

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    PaulDidier
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    Day 19

    Been trying to post for over three days. Hoping they fix the upload issue(s). Been hoping to get into the challenge.

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    LEWIS MACKENZIELEWIS MACKENZIE
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    These  are really terrific, Paul, I hope you post more

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    PaulDidier
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    Okay, here goes again. Here’s day 19.
    Tried to post for a while with no luck. I eventually quit trying, then I got an email from NMA saying to give it another try, but I was in the process of moving and am just now able to try posting again. Hope this works.

    Part of my second challenge is doing some anatomy studies. I decided to go back and look at some of the people I was told to study by instructors many years ago. I don’t think I really focused on these books at the time. I’ll try to do better this time.
    Here are some studies from Stephen Rogers Peck’s “Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist.”

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    David CarterDavid Carter
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    Hey Paul,

    Well done for taking on that book!  I do like the look of it.  For my first anatomy book I chose our very own Steve Huston’s work which I can say is very nice indeed (of course!)

    To answer your earlier question, I still haven’t resumed my art studies or commenced another 100-day challenge as the dust is still settling from my move – still many boxes around the place, to-do lists, tradespersons to call and so on.  The darker winter months should provide some quieter evenings though to get settled into a routine.

    Keep up your good work – I will be following with great interest.

    I like those symmetry torso studies – a great 3-d feel about them there.

    Best wishes,
    David.

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    PaulDidier
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    Thanks David. What book by Steve Huston are you referring to? I have one book by him but am not aware of an anatomy book by him. If he’s written one I’d sure like to buy it.

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    PaulDidier
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    Here’s Day 20. A continuation of studies from Peck’s anatomy book.

     

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    David CarterDavid Carter
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    It’s Figure Drawing for Artists: Making Every Mark Count or I see there is a French translation if you prefer that! Dessiner le corps humain: Une leçon de maître.  Ok, it doesn’t actually have anatomy in the title and it’s not really an anatomical study book per se, but it does have a lot of anatomical ideas in it.

    Cheers,
    David.

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    PaulDidier
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    Thanks David,

    I have that book, but I haven’t looked at it from an anatomical point of view, (probably because it doesn’t have “Anatomy” in the title!). After all these years I’m still too literal sometimes in what I use for instruction. I love how Steve teaches. I’m going to check it out this weekend from an anatomy perspective. Thanks for the suggestion!

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