We watched the first two of Robert Beverly Hale's anatomy lectures in class the other day. Those are pretty fookin awesome. Here's the first one on youtube. Lots of great nuggets, such as a great phrasing of the sensible path of beginning with foundations and moving to detail where he says something like, "You get the basic shape down and the go on to refine it for the rest of your life." Just awesome, so you can get down the entire body as simple shapes and then refine over life. I dunno, maybe I'm a dummy but his phrasing makes it much clearer to me. He also talks about the importance of using bony landmarks vs. fleshy landmarks and how you should develop your own standard figure so that you can easily figure out what differs from a standard. This is important sense there is really no standard, only averages and ideals.
Anyway, good stuff. I think the school library has them, so I'm gonna check them out and try to go through them.
1: train (seems shakier than it used to be, tis hard!)
2: peck (on train)
4: example of some notes taken from Hale lecture