Anatomy from all an­gles

Body of work Do you reg­u­larly strug­gle with anatomy stud­ies? An in­no­va­tive book aims to help you cap­ture the hu­man form

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An artist from Ari­zona aims to rein­vent the anatomy book. And he needs your help to do it.

Con­cept artist Bryce Frits has launched a Kick­starter project to fund Su­per Anatomy, which he de­scribes as “the ul­ti­mate anatomy ref­er­ence book for artists.”

“Other books out there show poses from just one or two an­gles,” Bryce says, “which is a take-it-or-leave-it ap­proach. We want to make a book where artists can find the poses and the an­gles they need ref­er­ence for.”

The book de­picts male and fe­male mod­els in 100 po­si­tions, from 24 dif­fer­ent view­points. That’s over 2,400 poses, giv­ing artists a ref­er­ence for al­most ev­ery con­ceiv­able anatom­i­cal po­si­tion.

For that rea­son, Bryce says the book will prove an es­sen­tial com­pan­ion for cre­atives of any stand­ing, no mat­ter which me­dia they work in.

“Whether you’re a pro­fes­sional, intermediate or be­gin­ner artist,” Bryce says, “if you work with hu­man anatomy then you’ll find Su­per Anatomy to be an in­valu­able re­source.”

Fore more in­for­ma­tion about Su­per Anatomy and to back the project visit www.artist­shide­out.com.

There will also be a DVD in­cluded with the book, fea­tur­ing all the poses con­tained within.

The use of 3D fig­ures, rather than pho­to­graphs of life mod­els, en­sures com­plete con­sis­tency.

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