Do you have any reference books that you simply can't do without in your artistic practice? Have there been instructional books along the way that helped you make leaps forward in your understanding?
Please share the title and author of those books in the comments, so everyone can benefit from them! We may even feature a few of those books in our blog in the coming year.
Arlek (unregistered visitor)
From what I've heard, there's this book called "Figure drawing: design and invention" by Michael Hampton. It's supposed to be an excellent instructional book about figure drawing. It goes from basics to the complex intricacies of how to draw proportionate people. I don't know for sure though, I've only seen in recommended.