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Elements of Figure Drawing

International Correspondence Schools

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One of a series of correspondence school texts, this useful e-book covers materials, methods of measuring the figure and proportion, action, a detailed section on arms and legs, facial features and drapery. Published in 1903.

Drawing from the human figure.
Difference between Life and Cast Drawing
Posing the model.
Blocking in.
Unit of measurement.
The Head.
The Neck and Shoulders.
The shoulder and the Hand.
The Arm.
The Leg.
The Foot.
The Figure.
Effect of The Pose.
The Features of the Face.

Elements of Figure Drawing

91 pages, 43 illustrations.



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