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The Holidays are here and Christmas is fast approaching. These artist tools and books are favorites of our instructors, and make a welcome addition to any studio or art library. Color and Light, by James Gurney. Gurney cuts through the confusing, often-times contradictory dogma of color theory and approaches the subject through practical knowledge, observation, and application.
This model was designed by fine artist John Asaro, to help the artist break down the sometimes difficult-to-assess planes of the human head. Included with the model is a 32 page booklet, briefly outlining how to best utilize the model in your work. With the ability to be mounted on a tripod, the Asaro Head makes a wonderful reference subject for the professional artist, and an amazingly insightful learning tool for the student. These anatomy pieces sculpted by former Industrial Light and Magic model supervisor Andrew Cawrse are made with an amazing level of detail, anatomical knowledge and accuracy.
To make these sculptures even more useful, they feature magnetic limbs and heads, so the artist can better see where muscles overlap and insert. While a bit pricey, they are well-worth the cost for those serious about understanding anatomy. Sienna Plein Air products are designed and developed by Bradley Kasten, and artist for over twenty years. This acclaimed, once difficult-to-find book by illustrator and instructor Andrew Loomis is now back in print.
The dedication Loomis had to his work and to teaching shows through in this book. Loomis breaks apart the mystery that surrounds drawing the human body, and approaches drawing the figure in a clear, easy-to-understand way that will bring you back to reference the illustrations in this book time and again. We at the Watts Atelier would love to hear your gift recommendations for the artist; Please feel free to comment on this post, and let us know what your favorite art books, supplies, and tools are.
Enjoy any last minute shopping you may have, and Happy holidays!
Holiday Gifts for the Artist
This is a great advice James. I've got the mini plaster head and I also noticed that it is quite different from the usual plane heads but still helps a big time when I am doing my digital sculptures. Looks like the makeup artists behind the british sci-fi comedy Red Dwarf had Plane Heads in mind when they designed the Android Kryten! Thank you for an interesting post. I had never heard of plane heads.
John Asaro's Planes of the Head high-res photos