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I was just wondering if anyone has seen these yet. I ordered them this week, they should get here early next week. I figured 43 hours for $40 is a pretty good deal. Anyone else pick them up and have any reviews on them?
Im a kinda newbie "artist" and they are really good, I sometumes think that he tries to be TOO precise, "divide in half, then half down, up, up, down, and thats the mathematically correct place where the angle is going to turn" it gets to that point...
My sketchbook: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...13#post1006813
Man, I really have to be honest but there are much better sources for learning anatomy than those. Glenn Vilppu is a name that isn't thrown around here a lot but his anatomy series is amazing. His production values seem "low", they are just filming him during a class but it beats all the anatomy books I've ever bought. It beats all the fancy technique dvds out there. This is foundation. If I could just buy you one I would, because you would be hooked after that.
Good luck, dude.
Last edited by rogfa; March 26th, 2007 at 03:40 AM.
I agree with rogfa, Glenn Vilppu his dvds are great, I dont think you'll ever find anything better on the net than those dvds. He's teaching with such great attention to details etc...
I watched some of those structure of man on youtube and didnt find them that great, he's missing alot of great pointers and foundation to what anatomy really is about.
IMO Structure of Man is good is you only ever want to draw the human body from the front or side view with a pole stuck in it's arse. And even then, meh.