Art Models 3: Life Nude Photos for the Visual Arts

Art Models 3: Life Nude Photos for the Visual Arts

CD-ROM Art Models

By (author) Maureen Johnson, By (author) Douglas Johnson

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  • Publisher: Live Model Books
  • Format: CD-ROM | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 135mm x 188mm x 15mm | 45g
  • Publication date: 1 April 2007
  • Publication City/Country: Salem
  • ISBN 10: 098162491X
  • ISBN 13: 9780981624914
  • Sales rank: 300,064

Product description

While no book can replace a live model, thisphotographic guide to the human form provides a diverse selection of figures for those who do not have access to live models. Posed in a variety of classical and modern modes, the models are set in a clear, clean environment that is void of distractions and enhances the figure. All of the high-resolution photographs were painstakingly edited and adjusted to yield all the nuances of the figures. The companion disc contains 24 photographs per pose that, intotality, comprises a full 360 degree view. Each angle of every posecan beenlarged, enabling artists to zoom in on specific body partsto discover their intricate detail or project the photos to life-like proportions. The disc also offers the flexibility of numerous viewing optionson a computer screen, printed out, projected for a group, or via a high-definition television when connected through a computer."

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Author information

Maureen Johnson is an art director and marketing analyst.Douglas Johnson is a photographer and engineer.They live inSalem, New Hampshire."

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"The many poses allows one to choose any combination of limbs, torsos, heads, hands, and feet, to create any pose not presented in the book or CD. I especially appreciate the ethnic diversity of the chosen models that allows greater versatility in developing skin tones both in light and shade. A superb addition to any artist's library." Dr. David Haack, OFM, assistant professor of visual arts, St. Bonaventure University"