Bridgman’s Anatomy with Erik Gist : In Bridgman’s Anatomy, you will learn how to study the works of George Bridgman, using the book George Bridgman’s Complete Guide to Drawing from Life. You will look at converting Bridgman’s scratchy, chaotic drawings into clean tonal interpretations, focusing on basic forms and shapes, as well as basic anatomical origins and insertions. You will then use photos of bodybuilders to extrapolate the Bridgman information, while also looking at the works of Frank Frazetta to see how to use Bridgman’s concepts in an illustration. Simply put, this is anatomy for artists, not for surgeons! To get the most out of the course, pick up the Bridgman book. We will provide online resources for you to go to for Frazetta’s works and photos of body builders.
The Livestream Video Archive will be available for all livestream students until July 25th.
- Conte 1710b or Wolf’s Carbon 6B charcoal pencil
- Smooth Newsprint
- Single Edge Razor Blade
- Sanding Pad
- Kneaded Eraser
Erik M. Gist received his B.A. from SDSU in 1998. He began studying with Jeff Watts in 1996, three years later he began to teach and has done so ever since. Erik has worked in the video game industry as a concept designer and 3-D artist and is now working as a freelance illustrator. Erik’s clients include Marvel Comics, D.C. Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Disney, Audible, Wizards of the Coast, Upperdeck, Boom! Studios, Palladium Books, Blizzard Entertainment, Viking Childrens Books, Monkey Brain Books, Quart Publishing, and Chiat-Day. His work can be seen in Spectrum: the best in fantastic art including a nomination in 2018, and Aphrodesia: art of the female form 1 . Along with a Spectrum nomination, he has been nominated for an Illie Award, a Pulp Ark Award, a Chesley Award, and multiple Horror Comic Awards including one win.
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