I have been looking for various resources where I can study the human figure, and I came across this book:
The Figure in Motion - Thomas Easley
Description: "Leaping, somersaulting, stretching and dancing figures animate this gallery of action poses, photographed for artists of all levels to use as a reference when portraying human figures in motion. There are pictures of both male and female models in suspended action to show the body from numerous vantage points. Students can practise figure drawing by copying the photographs, while advanced artists can use them as points of departure, altering body positions to suit specific compositional needs."
I thought I'd post it here incase anyone is interested in it (and the website, it has books at great prices and shipping is free worldwide) but I also have a question.
Does anyone own this book or know anything about it? I am thinking of buying it, as from what I can see it looks like a great reference book and something which will help me a lot when I can't use my computer to find images (as that's all I'm using at the moment). I don't really have a lot of money to spend at the moment, so if anyone could tell me whether it's worth buying or not, I'd be very grateful!