Basically...I've been hunting high and low and haven't found anything that really covers fat on humans (or any beasts) in any real detail. I was wondering if anyone had any helpful signposts they could toss up that covers the subject. (I'm a visual/tactile learner...so a strong picture based method would be preferred, but truthfully I'd be glad for anything at the moment even though text is harder for me to learn from)
While I do try and use references as much as possible, I'm mainly looking for different methods people use to display these aspects when they don't have a reference available.
Also the issue doesn't alude me, as to how it's usually hard to find a wide enough assortment of the different body types and such - for some reason most references I see are either 'relatively thin', 'muscular', or 'very fat' - I've yet to find good references that are 'pudgy' (ie not thin, average, or muscular, but just a bit overweight). I'm fairly confident in my ability to create the 'fat rolls' and such, since it's simply soft squishy mass under skin, it's the positioning that's giving me trouble (especially in the non-torso regions - such as arms/necks/legs/face), and the 'pudgy' body types (where you don't really have rolls yet unless they're leaning heavily in a direction)
I've tried several different searches on google/yahoo/dogpile/msn/etc., as well as on several forums and came up with about squat... although I could just be Mr. Dunce at searching for them (spent about 3 days searching in my free time for references - total of a few hours). I'm able to find muscle anatomy/skeletal anatomy/etc. all fairly easily...just this one subject seems to be eluding me, and frustrating me to no end (I'm trying to understand fat better so I can do some 'non-comical' overweight characters - which using gut instinct and memory seems to keep giving me ).
Any help is appreciated since it's the only thing about anatomy that I want to study yet am having a hard time finding, the rest have been fairly easy to find *especially skeletal*... (I put this here because it seemed most appropriate to me - since it is about refining work, and maybe someone else can get some use out of it)