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: 307,861

Product description

An essential guide to creating artistic renderings of the human form. While no book can replace a live model, this photographic guide to the human form provides an array of figures for those who do not have access to live models. The latest in the series, this guide features two new models and an entirely new collection of photographs. Posed in a variety of classical and modern positions, the models appear 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 PC- and Mac-compatible companion CD-ROM contains 24 photographs per pose that, in total, comprise a full 360-degree view. Each angle of every pose can be enlarged, enabling artists to zoom in on specific body parts to discover their intricate detail or project the photos to lifelike proportions. The CD also offers the flexibility of numerous viewing options -- on a computer screen, printed out, projected for a group, or via a high-definition television when connected through a computer.

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

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"As an instructor of painting and drawing and a model coordinator for open drawing sessions, this is also an excellent guide to share with new or experienced models in devising poses of short or long duration. Many of the models in Art Models 2 show a wonderful range of emotion, inviting further study in the face rather than merely the body. As an artist, this is a great visual aid, with large accessible photographs from which to work from the figure when an actual live model is not available. Thank you!" --Rhiannon Mercer, MFA