Anatomy Notes by モヴ＠ツイッター
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SO THERE'S THIS THING CALLED ANATOMY360.
The vimeo video page says:
Imagine having 1000s of life models on your desktop or your tablet, being able to change the lighting or viewing angle to anything you like, you will be able to change the angle whilst you sketch or sculpt turn the texture on and off to get a look at the underlying forms.
No more working from photographs or studying poor quality hand made 3D models This is 3D photography these are not sculptures or interpretations they are real people in real poses captured using 140 Canon DSLR's
Sponsoring Supersonic this week is the online artist teaching resource Drawing Academy and they're offering several free, online video drawing classes for Supersonic readers (Plus more to come, stay tuned). The free classes also come with other valuable materials such as free eBooks, guides and art albums.
To sign up and receive your free art lessons simply head over to Drawing Academy.
Mark Sanders' latest photography project was inspired by L.S. Lowry's paintings of busy street scenes. Searching for a print format for his photographs of London commuters, he teamed up with former art director and designer of Mr Porter, Patrick Guilfoyle to present the project as a newspaper. Urbis is a nod to the free London papers, but rather than something to be left strewn on the tube, its beautiful images and quality paper stock make it feel like something to keep. Also unlike a typical newspaper, Urbis is virtually wordless so the photographs speak for themselves.