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# 1 02-01-2006 , 05:03 AM
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Mike Mckinley's Anatomy book


# 2 02-01-2006 , 05:17 AM
i could be wrong..but it appears to be a different michael mckinley's book....

# 3 02-01-2006 , 05:19 AM
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nope that's not me. lol user added image I just have the one book. Soon to be two and both on game art.

# 4 02-01-2006 , 05:20 AM
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lol could be. I thought of that, but I thought I'd post it anyway.
While we're ont he topic. Any of you guys know a really good book that shows really good anatomy. I'm looking for a full straight pose body with very exagerated drawings of the muscle system or.....whatever is good enough for me to see and understand how the muscles overlap etc.

# 5 02-01-2006 , 05:20 AM
speaking of your second book..any idea when we'll be seeing that on bookshelves? (are you done writing it?)....first book was great btw

# 6 02-01-2006 , 01:19 PM
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thanks. No, not finished writing book 2 yet. Probably won't be out until May or so.

# 7 05-01-2006 , 01:14 AM
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Sarah Simblet's Anatomy For the Artist is a pretty good book. One of the better one's in my opinion.

Anatomy For The Artist

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