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Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Maybe you've noticed. Today's superhero.. . Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online for free. Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist. Title: Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist - Christopher Hart only for issuu publications that are allowed by their authors to be downloaded as pdf.

He rocks! I'll be working on this journal off and on to bring up new points and focus on particular examples out of Hart's books. I really think that people shouldn't download his books. I want to convince them not to. If anything, they're damaging to artists, especially those just beginning and don't know any better. I think it's important that people know that Christopher Hart is actually a terrible artist who has no grasp of anatomy, creativity, or originality whatsoever.

He really doesn't know much about anime and manga at all.

His "How to Draw" books don't teach anyone much more than how to draw in an ugly anime-inspired generic style - he more or less states "this is how you should draw this, there is no other way" and his books do not suggest trying to develop your own style or be creative.

He always states things as facts, such as: "You'll notice that in traditional America comics, the woman fighters are devastatingly sexy.

So are the female villains. However, the "regular" female characters the ones in supporting roles are often drawn blandly. These characters appear throughout comics and they're boring. Doesn't he mean "are"?

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This is just one of many mistakes, showing he can't write either. He shows not only his sexism in his horrible art "lessons", but that he knows nothing about the comic world whatsoever. This is only one example of many.

On the following page he shows you how to take a "regular" supporting character - and turn her into a brainless slut. He shows you how to give your female characters suggestive "cheerleader" poses, says that you should ruffle and lift skirts and have the heads tilted back "invitingly", and make her dainty with fuller legs.

A few pages after this, he states you should make as much skin as possible show on female characters and pants hanging low on tilted hips makes for "good costuming". As well as stating that "Long, splashy hair is a must!

His comments on how to draw men, woman, and creatures are filled with stereotypes that he always states as fact. Also, he draws very little of the art in his books. Today's superheroes and action heroes aren't as brawny and muscular as they used to be.

NowChristopher Hart, the superhero of how-to-draw books, has come to the rescue of artists everywhere withSimplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist. Anatomy has always been a difficult subject, but for this bookHartuses his straightforward approach to show a simpler way.

In clear step-by-step illustrations and text, he shows: how to draw streamlined figures in poses; body types and muscles; the mechanics of facial expression; how to know which muscles to eliminate in a simplified drawing; grouping muscles; muscle contours versus bone contours; muscles in classic comic-book poses like flying and punching; and more.

Christopher Hart - Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist

Now artist can stop struggling with the fine points of anatomy and start creating modern looking heroes and heroines with help fromSimplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist.

Anatomy for all ageseasy to draw, great results Author'sDrawing Cutting-Edge Anatomyhas sold more than 30, copies GreatChris Hartapproach makes a complex subjectanatomysimple Christopher Hart, the superhero of how-to-draw books, has come to the rescuef frustrated artists everywhere with "Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Bookrtist", using his straightforward approach to show a simple way to drawnatomy. In clear step-by-step illustrations and text, he shows how to drawtreamlined figures, different body types, muscles, facial expressions,lassic comic-book poses and much more.

Now artists can stop struggling withhe fine points of anatomy and start creating realistic, modern lookingeroes and heroines. Now Christopher Hart, the superhero of how-to-draw books, has come to the rescue of artists everywhere with Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist, using his straightforward approach to show a simpler way to draw anatomy.

In clear step-by-step illustrations and text, he shows how to draw streamlined figures in poses; body types and muscles; the mechanics of facial expression; how to know which muscles to eliminate in a simplified drawing; grouping muscles; muscle contours versus bone contours; muscles in classic comic-book poses like flying and punching and much more.