ZOOM Archive


Each lesson’s video recordings are uploaded to this page for the students to review anytime after the meeting. You can also find the link to the session that will take place each Saturday, all you need to do is click the link of the corresponding date, and you will get redirected to the live meeting.

Meeting 25 March 2023; Lesson 1

We look at the course setup to familiarise ourselves: How it works and where to find all the information and resources inside the website.

We also start the first lesson and learn about proportions and balance. In this lesson, we will also learn how important it is to use the simplification of the figure to measure and find all the essential key points of the human figure before rendering it.

Meeting 1 April 2023; lesson 2

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Meeting 8 April 2023; Lesson 3

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Meeting 15 April 2023; Lesson 4

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Meeting 22 April 2023; Lesson 5

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Meeting 29 April 2023; Lesson 6

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Meeting 6 May 2023; Lesson 7

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Meeting 13 May 2023; Lesson 8

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Meeting 20 May 2023: Lesson 9

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Meeting 27 May 2023: Lesson 10

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Head studies summary

PDF Title


The complete guide to Anatomy for artists & illustrators

Author: Gottfried Bammes

This book is essential for learning more about the human figure as it is very complete. Includes proportions based on eight heads ( be aware that we are using 7.5 heads), bone structure explanation, balance and range of movement of the joins. The anatomy applied to the figure is not necessarily as accurate as in the Paul Richer book. This book also includes pictures of models for an applied explanation.

Artistic Anatomy

Author: Paul Richer

This book is excellent for learning anatomy from a medical perspective applied to art. Here we also find his 7.5 cannon explained. The illustrations are accurate, giving the precise location of muscles, layers and mapping of the human body. This book is used in official academies like the Florence academy.

MORFO: Anatomy for artists

Author: Michel Lauricella

In this book, Michel Lauricella presents both his artistic and systematic methods for drawing the human body–with drawing techniques from the écorché (showing the musculature underneath the skin) to sketches of models in action. In more than 1,000 illustrations, the human body is shown from a new perspective–from bone structure to musculature, from anatomical detail to the body in motion.

MORFO: Simplified forms

Author: Michel Lauricella

This small, portable book presents a unique perspective on the human body for artists to study and implement in their drawing work. In this book, artist and teacher Michel Lauricella simplifies the human body into basic shapes and forms, offering profound insight for artists of all kinds, sparking the imagination and improving one’s observational abilities. Rather than going the traditional route of memorizing a repertoire of poses, Lauricella instead stresses learning this small collection of forms, which can then be combined and shaped into the more complex and varied forms and postures we see in the living body.

MORFO: Skeleton and bone reference points

Author: Michel Lauricella

This book provides a simplified and practical vision of the human skeleton to help all artists in their drawing studies. Here you will find the most common and useful approaches to the body’s underlying skeleton and bone structure, which will fuel your imagination and enrich your observational skills as you draw the living form. In this small, portable guide, artist and teacher Michel Lauricella focuses on the essentials you need to know.

MORFO: Anatomy for the artist

Author: Sarah Simblet

This book is excellent for the quality of the drawings; very expressive, fresh and accurate. This book is recommended as a reference for the quality of work we can achieve in the art standards mostly applied to drawing. It is also a good source of images of bodies and living anatomy.