Friday, July 12, 2013

Skeletal comparisons - lecture notes

Here are some rough notes from the fist lecture from my "Comparative Anatomy" class. The first week covers design similarities and differences within the carnivore, herbivore and human. I also emphasize a working method.

3 comments:

Belvane said...

Gosh, Michael, where are you teaching this? Merely seeing the notes makes my fingers tingle and yearn to draw. I didn't see this class on CGMA; is it available anywhere else?

Figuredrawing.info said...

I teach Comparative Anatomy at a few colleges in Southern California. Unfortunately, not on CGMA. Glad they sparked some drawing interest. :)

Luis Felipe dos Santos Kemmerich said...

Awesome sketches Michael! This class really should have in the CGMA Character Program!