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The Book of a Hundred Hands [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

George Bridgman
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  • Gebundene Ausgabe
  • Verlag: Bridgman Publishers (1926)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B000856WMW
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 25,4 x 17,8 x 1,8 cm
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Book of Hands 9. Dezember 1999
Von Ein Kunde
Format:Taschenbuch
This is a fantastic resource for any artist wanting to understand the human hand. Bridgman breaks down the hand to basic shapes and then builds up to the rendered hand showing you along the way how the bones, muscles, tendons and veins relate to the overall shape of the hand. I highly recomend any of Bridgman's books for a better understanding of drawing the human body.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Altbacken und unrealistisch 7. Dezember 2006
Von D. Schell
Format:Taschenbuch
Ich zeichne bereits seit 3 Jahren intensiv und dachte mir, ich müsse an "meinen Händen" arbeiten, weshalb ich dieses Buch gekauft habe.

Allerding kann ich mit diesem Buch rein gar nichts anfangen: es sind viele Abbildungen von Händen in Bridgmans Stil abgebildet, diese sind jedoch absolut nicht realistisch und wirken sehr altbacken. Tipps, wie man Hände in simple geometrische Formen zerlegt gibt es zuhauf in besserer Form im Internet. Auch die Hände in den "How to draw Manga"-Büchern sehen wesentlich realistischer aus!

Meine Empfehlung: Hände weg! :o)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent beginning to intermediate book at a good price 19. Januar 2004
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There are two excellent books that I know of that focus specifically on the anatomy of the hand for the artist. I was given this book early in my aspiring art career by my grandmother (an accomplished artist) but lost it some while later. I had forgotten the title and ended up buying Hogarth's "Drawing Dynamic Hands" as a guide after failed attempts to locate this book again. I would actually recommend getting them both, but start with this book first. In the end I got alot out of both, but there were many times using the Hogarth book that I missed "Hundred Hands".
Hogarth's style of illustration in all of his books is much more imbellished by his use of soft shading to illustrate volume. His look is extremely useful but it can also be an obstacle to a beginning to intermediate student since end result is a more stylized appearance. With Hogarth's books, the student can find themselves inadvertently adopting the look of his images in their own style.
Bridgeman's illustrations are much more loose and sketch-like. He uses little or no shading but his understanding of volume and structure rivals Hogarth's. The simplicity of his examples are much easier to get started with. He accomplishes just as much if not more with a few loose lines as Hogarth's vivid shading. More importantly the sketch-like quality can be much less intimidating early on.
While it's true Hogarth's book is definitely nicer to look at, I believe Bridgeman's is a much better learning guide for starters. The price of this book also makes it affordable to use them as compliments to one another if you decide get both.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of my Top 3 Bridgman books- great in drawing from memory... 2. April 2006
Von "extreme_dig_cm" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Mainly for intermediate-level artists- it's actually *GREAT* for enthusiastic beginners. It has a little bit of *everything* depicting hand construction from memory. It's also great for general improvement; a few tips & tricks- an *excellent* reference for all working artists.
The genius of Bridgman, at least for me, is mainly in his construction of heads & hands. The genius in Bridgman is that he selects important lines & planes: He emphasizes the *essential*. His drawings aren't always eye-poppingly 3-D, and to me, that's actually a good thing. They're mainly simplistic- yet amazingly effective. There's *great* power in this simplicity here! Here's the formula I use: copying Bridgman + photos + my favorite artists= success(!). And this book represents his best work on hands- even *better* than his Complete Guide, which includes much of this material. In fact, this book, *along with photographs*, has enabled me to draw hands completely from memory in an amazing range of angles & views! And it's helped me quicker than any other book on the market; quicker even than Burne Hogarth's incredibly popular Drawing Dynamic Hands. The design & layout here are really among Bridgman's best. If you flip rapidly through these pages, initially you might not be impressed. But if you take the time to look at each page, you'll notice some drawings are a bit better than others. Some of his best drawings are his smallest(!). For instance- In learning to draw from memory, I started by copying smaller hands, working my way up to bigger & better detail. I started by copying pages 119 & 101- it's amazing what just a few lines can teach! Many pages are like this: simple, easy, and effective; for beginners, intermediates & up. In short: My Highest Recommendation- 5 STARS!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Book of Hands 9. Dezember 1999
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a fantastic resource for any artist wanting to understand the human hand. Bridgman breaks down the hand to basic shapes and then builds up to the rendered hand showing you along the way how the bones, muscles, tendons and veins relate to the overall shape of the hand. I highly recomend any of Bridgman's books for a better understanding of drawing the human body.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen What is this book for? 28. Mai 2002
Von jessicaelizabeth - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Certainly not for helping you learn to draw hands! I bought this book to help me to understand the difficult anatomy of the hand, but it's just a collection of very rough line sketches reproduced on a small and grainy scale, with basically no instruction. There's no denying Bridgman was a master, but I can't get practical information out of his loose sketches. Sometimes I can't even tell what position a hand is in, much less use it as a reference. A book of photographs, or a drawing tutorial, would be a better choice for someone at the beginning or intermediate level. I haven't found a whole book devoted to the hand yet, but the few pages of information in "Drawing the Head and Figure" (ISBN 0399507914) are fifty times more useful to me than this book.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen good anatomy, but falls short 25. Juni 2002
Von Molly - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
This is a very good book to teach you how the hand works. It demonstrates how the muscles pull and knuckles jut or decline depending on the position of the hand. It also demonstrates bones and ligaments well, how each finger has three hinge joints, except the thumb, which only has two, where the palm is fleshy and where it lies flat. Reading through the book can help you gain a better understanding of the anatomy of the hand.
Unfortunatley this book does fall short in some aspects, some of the images are so sketchy and blurred, it is difficult to tell that they are hands, much less to practice from the drawings and achieve the desired results. Following the examples in the book will not improve the clarity of your drawings of one of the most difficult subjects: the human hand. But the anatomy lesson makes this book worth getting anyway.
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