Well Kiddies. Clock Day is upon us, so get out their and vote and rack up the points. The one day where it is OK to be a "Point Whore," so enjoy yourselves.
I myself am hoping to get the next rank up by then end of the day. and although I know its a stretch, I think it ca be pulled off.
I also Have a minor Review for the book "Anatomy and Drawing" by Victor Perard.
I picked up a copy of the 4th edition a day or so and have been thumbing over it since. Right off the back I knew this was a solid book and worth adding to my collection.
The book has very little block text, which is great for the artist who gets easily board of reading and is filled with hundreds of drawings. They cover most basic aspects and advanced concepts of anatomy and applying it to drawing and art.
Many of the drawings have basic, straight-to-the-point, information written next to the drawing and then carries on showing you the way the body is placed together.
The book is divided up in to sections of the Skeleton, the head and neck, the torso, the arm, the hand, the leg, the foot and the ecorche and muscles of the body. It even has quick segments over Proportion and Drawing.
With cut away diagrams, well drawn reference and the encouragement of working along as you learn the human form, I would advise this book to any beginning artist as a awesome start, and I would also recommend it to any veteran artist as a good solid reference resource. I could have even recommended this as a good Reference for people learning Kinesiology.