Xeon, I believe it may be called "A Method For Constructing the Figure." Not sure though. It does a good job of incorporating a lot of Vanderpoel drawings in explaining anatomy. And, I've found it a much clearer explanation of constructing the figure as 3D solids than either Loomis or Hogarth. Also, I've come to think that Hogarth ripped off most of Loomis' ideas in his Dynamic Figure Drawing without out giving him proper academic credit!
Anyway. . . Daily's not ready-- just backposting some more "public life". Gonna keep doing these daily, don't know if I'll keep posting them though.
I've got some momentum going-- want to see it through. "Public life" is valuable, but tighter longer Loomis studies are allowing me to knuckle down and try to get my heads to a higher degree of refinement. Goal: 1/2 hr of "publics" and 1/2 hr of Loomis heads daily 'til I see some sort of improvement. [This is doable, and, I don't even have to drink coffee-- I'm such a regular-- I can slip into one of the nearby coffee shops for a 1/2 hour without anyone even questioning if my travel mug has anything in it. . .]
Below: Ellenberger cow, 4 incomplete public heads, Loomis girl from Creative Illustration.