'Kay, I bugged my art teacher yesterday about wanting to learn the underlying bone structure of the human figure. She looked around for a bit, and then told me she'd get a book from her personal library at home.
Okay. No problem. I caught her today and she pulled out a book called, "Human Anatomy Made Amazingly Easy" by Christopher Hart. And, it's very simplistic, if even a bit "cartoony", (though it has the realism element in it.) but not you're average grade-school, "How to draw" books.
Though it's not confusingly in depth about the subject of human anatomy, it has a lot of useful info', but I'm still curious, does anyone have any experience with this book? Or it's author? Just want anothers opinion before I commence learning from it... The style kinda set me off and made me think of Batman...
... Damn my mind goes weird places sometimes.