Visualizing Muscles: A New Ecorche Approach to Surface Anatomy available in Hardcover
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- University Press of Kansas
"This is one of the most imaginative and novel approaches to anatomical studies I have seen in over twenty years of teaching life drawing. It is a valuable resource for serious teachers of figure drawing."Robert Brawley, Chairman, Department of Art, University of Kansas
"Visualizing Muscles is a unique and exciting approach for studying surface anatomy . . . . accomplished in a painstakingly precise and beautifully executed manner. . . . It offers a tremendous amount of accurate visual information, which helps one understand not only the form of the human figure, but also the changes in form that occur during movement. This book is a must for medical illustrators."Gary P. Lees, Chairman and Director, Art as Applied to Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
Author Biography: John Cody, M.D., a retired psychiatrist, received his training in medical illustration at Johns Hopkins' Department of Art as Applied to Medicine and spent eleven years as a medical and scientific illustrator. His watercolor paintings of giant silk moths are currently on display at the Smithsonian Institution. Among his published books is the Atlas of Foreshortening.