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by Maureen Johnson,Douglas Johnson,Butch Krieger

Category: History and Criticism
Subcategory: Photo and Art
Author: Maureen Johnson,Douglas Johnson,Butch Krieger
ISBN: 0976457350
ISBN13: 978-0976457350
Language: English
Publisher: Live Model Books; Har/DVD edition (January 1, 2006)
Pages: 160
Fb2 eBook: 1936 kb
ePub eBook: 1886 kb
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They live in Salem, New Hampshire.

Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). They live in Salem, New Hampshire. Butch Krieger is a portrait and figure painter, a former painting and art history professor, and the author of Watercolor Basics: People. He is a regular contributor to The Artist's Magazine, Pastel Journal, The Portrait Signature, and Watercolor Magic. He lives in Port Angeles, Washington.

Art Models 10: Photos for Figure Drawing, Painting, and Sculpting (Art Models series). This book provides a very handy reference for artists. The models are all "real" looking people as opposed to the more "artificial" looking models one might find in magazines. There are many very interesting and sometimes challenging poses for each of the models in the book, and each pose is presented from several angles.

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All rights reserved Krieger taught Painting and Art History at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Washington

No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording or any other information storage and retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from the publisher. Krieger taught Painting and Art History at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Washington. He has won many awards and his work appears in Best of Portrait Painting. For 18 years he drew courtroom art for clients that included CBS Network News, CNN, AP, UPI and USA Today.

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While book can replace a live model, this photographic guide to the human form provides an array of figures for those who do t. .Maureen Johnson, Douglas Johnson. Place of Publication. Foreword by. Butch Krieger.

The latest in the series, this guide features two new models and an entirely new collection of photographs. Posed in a variety of classical and modern positions, the models appear in a clear, clean environment that is void of distractions and enhances the figure. Maureen Johnson is an art director and marketing analyst. Douglas Johnson is a photographer and engineer.

Название: Art Models: Life Nudes for Drawing, Painting and Sculpting (Art Models series) Автор: Maureen Johnson .

The book includes rarely-seen concept art and detailed pencil sketches, an immense collection of character art, airship and vehicle designs, monsters and unique weapon images, and full-page scenes from the most beautiful cinemas in video game history.

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When I first received this book in the mail, I was quite impressed with its quality. There are several models featured in the book, the lighting in the photographs is inoffensive, and the pages are beautifully printed. I soon discovered, however, that the book itself would be of little use to me.

While the book initially appears to provide an abundance of photographic material and a variety of models, a few flip-throughs will reveal that many of the poses and models are incredibly similar. It focuses mostly on the female figure and provides female models who, but for one, appear to be young, slender (but not athletic), and white. They are all heavily made-up, they have no visible body hair and their genitals (while intact on the DVD) are nonexistant in the printed images: they have been airbrushed out. I find this choice particularly offensive considering that the male models did not receive the same treatment, nor do they adhere to the same idealistic standards. The one female model who is an exception to being thin is also not white: though she is a beautiful and capable model, I feel it is unfortunate that she alone bears the burden of "otherness". Although the average western (American) dress size for women is size 14, and the majority of people in the world are non-white, there is only one model out of nine that reflects this reality.

Variety is not just lacking in the bodies of female models, it is also absent in their poses. The poses are, for the most part, very passive, static, and inactive. Although there are a few dynamic poses, the majority of them are constructed and trite, showing little or no tension in the muscle or weight in the form. This is an important matter to consider, since much of the DVD is comprised of different angles of the same pictures represented in the book. If you are looking for stiff, formulated and "feminine" poses, you will be no doubt satisfied.

The two male models featured in the book provide better material. they are different than one another, in age and athleticism, although they are both still white. Their poses range from active to passive, the more graceful ones reminiscent of Greek and Roman statues.

One of the biggest disappointments for me was the discovery that the lighting in the images doesn't appear to differ in any way, from one model to another. It is an all-over, seemingly directionless light, hardly useful to the artist in my opinion. It is so bright that there are few form shadows to be found on the models, and little contrast.

The images on the DVD-ROM are generously large, but strangely lacking in texture. I don't know if this is due to the way the lighting was set up for the photographs, or if the models were "touched up", but their skin looks flat and plastic. Even when an image is zoomed in on, rarely can there be seen any veins, muscles, wrinkles or pores.

I have not owned many other model reference books, but I have found that my anatomy books in conjunction with internet resources have provided me with more stimulus than this collection of poses. While the print quality exceeds older books of its kind, I do not think the book itself is a great reference. The DVD-ROM is more worthwhile, and the publisher's website provides some nice extras, such as free downloads and contests. If you are interested in purchasing this book, I definitely recommend visiting the site and having a look around - maybe even purchase some of their images available for download to see if you like them.

In conclusion, I think this set will appeal to artists who are new to figure drawing and to hobbyists who have not had much experience rendering the human form. To anyone else, however, it is simply more of the same.
Faezahn
I bought this book months ago.

When I first opened it I was quite disappointed because, as previously mentioned, some of the models do not have inspiring bodies at all. I do not expect nor want skinny models - those are useless. I wish for "plush" female bodies NOT michelin waist, or doughy types. Also, I am interested only in female figurative sculpture and the book has males and couples. I thought the poses were not very inspiring either and I agree with someone's comment about the weird poses with corny props (totally useless)

However, now I am finally getting a return on my investment. The CD-ROm is really extremely useful as there are many pictures (360 degree plus from above) of the same pose. So, I use the CD to simulate a real session with a life model. I use my Mac Notebook to go throug the pictures as we do when we move a life model on the "lazy susan." I zoom when I work on some specific area. This works really well and I am extremely pleased. As to the poses, use it as a starter and then make some modifications of course.

Give it a try, it is worth it if one use it appropiately.
Cordabor
Great references in this book. This book is great for those times that you do not have a nude model in front of you.
Kiutondyl
This book and CD deliver just what they promise. Quality photos with a good variety of body types, and both men and women models. It's especially nice to see real women with curves included and not just spindly waifs or bathing suit model types. It's also a challenge to find male models and it's nice to have a couple of contrasting body types here as well.

This book/cd is an economical way to deal with the issue of how to learn/practice life drawing on your own time. I am a university desgin instructor and have drawn from live models in a classroom setting before. I compare this process favorably with my experiences. The book is well layed out and the images are larger than previous pose books that I have used. The real advantage for me is the CD. Using a video projector I can project a life-sized image on a wall and have a studio drawing experience. Better yet, I can spend as long as I want on a drawing/painting and the model never moves. I spent three hours on one pose, stopping and starting over several days, and I could pick back up and continue with the image right where I left off. Try that with a live model! The ability to zoom the high quality images is another great feature. Even working from a computer, I can lay out a figure porportionally/gesturally and then focus in on head, hands etc. to finish out details. The zooming can also help you set up different compositions within each pose making the possibilities almost endless.

A wonderful high quality resource for those who love working artistically with the human form.
Beardana
Features four images of a number of poses, both male and female, there is some blurring so as not to offend viewers. For most models there is a written profile and there are some drawings evidently culled from the images. Each pose is titled in an effort to name the pose perhaps in an effort to easily explain the position.

Also includes some clothed facial expressions. Insightful.
Moonshaper
This book/CD set is a must for anyone producing visual images of the human form. The photographs are art in themselves, beautiful enough to enjoy for their own sake without intruding on the creative process of an artist/user.

Tastefully done with wonderful models and well worth the investment. A treasured addition to my art study library.
Jark
I am a sculpter. The idea of getting a DVD with all the angles to the poses on it made me very enthausiastic about this book. The moment I first opened it I knew I'd never use it. I am not sure what is wrong with it but it doesn't work for me. Not a shred of inspiration anywhere.

It's not that the models are too ugly or not ugly enough. It's just all so "ordinary". The poses don't work either. No suspense, no strong lines, no nudes, just a book/DVD full of naked people.
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