World-renowned figurative realist sculptor Andrew Sinclair MRSS SWAc takes artists on an inspiring journey around the human anatomy. Over eight episodes he will graphically illustrate how, using his own unique approach of drawing directly onto the models’ bodies, you will be able to replicate the human form faithfully time and again. This is required viewing for artists of every discipline serious about realistically capturing the human form.
Features models Antonia Purdie and RA model Andrew Crayford
Episode Two: Upper Body – Front
In Episode Two Andrew discusses the Upper Front Body, incorporating the concepts of Dynamic and Energy Curves, as well as the anatomical detail being drawn onto the life model.
Episode Three: Lower Body – Front
Episode Three covers the Lower Front Body and references Dynamic Curves and Rhythm Lines, as well as the anatomy of the legs.
Episode Four: Lower Body – Back of The Legs
Episode Four discusses the Back of the Legs including the muscular and skeletal anatomy and references Design Criteria, Rhythm and Dynamic Curves.
Episode Five: Upper Body – The Back
Episode Five discusses the Back, featuring the sacrum and gluteus muscles with emphasis on the Design Criteria as well as anatomy, before moving up the back musculo-skeletal anatomy to the shoulders.
Episode Six: The Arms
Episode Six focusses on the anatomy and Design Criteria of the Arm.
Episode Seven: The Breast
Episode Seven discuss the anatomy and sculptural design of the human breast.
Episode Eight: Dynamic Poses
Episode Eight offers a rare opportunity to watch models Andrew and Antonia perform some exciting Dynamic Poses, giving you a unique insight into how the muscles work in action. This is a unique opportunity for artists to study movement and is a beautiful conclusion to the lecture.