This book is a collection of exceptional models for any artist who would like to be able to draw expressive, realistic characters. The book is divided into three chapters, progressing from the global to the more detailed.

The first chapter is devoted to movements of the body as a whole. We discuss “body language”—it’s true that it can be read, and that people won’t believe in your characters unless their movements are just right and make sense. To fully understand the workings of the human machine, we must start by looking “under the hood.” Therefore, the first chapter starts with pages on anatomy, offers some rules on proportion, ...

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