How to draw anatomy

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () The surprisingly powerful influence of drawing on memory [d]
  2. () The use and effectiveness of interactive progressive drawing in anatomy education [p] [d]
  3. () The effect of content delivery style on student performance in anatomy [p] [d]
  4. () Longitudinal retention of anatomical knowledge in second-year medical students [p] [d]
  5. () The effect of image quality, repeated study, and assessment method on anatomy learning [p] [d]
  6. () Spatial abilities and anatomy knowledge assessment: a systematic review [p] [d]
  7. Eric A. Newman, Alfonso Araque, & Janet M. Dubinsky [ed] () The beautiful brain: the drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal [i]
  8. Luca Saba [ed] () Neuroimaging of pain [i] [d]
  9. () Actual drawing of histological images improves knowledge retention [p] [d]
  10. () Anatomy of voice: how to enhance and project your best voice [i]
  11. () Best teaching practices in anatomy education: a critical review [p] [d]
  12. () How the body works [i]
  13. () Cerebral cortex: principles of operation [i] [d]
  14. () On the wing: insects, pterosaurs, birds, bats and the evolution of animal flight [i]
  15. () The bare bones: an unconventional evolutionary history of the skeleton [i]
  16. Lap Ki Chan & Wojciech Pawlina [ed] () Teaching anatomy: a practical guide [i] [d]
  17. () Lois Greenfield: moving still [i]
  18. Arjen Hommersom & Peter J. F. Lucas [ed] () Foundations of biomedical knowledge representation: methods and applications [i] [d]
  19. () Aggregation of clinical evidence using argumentation: a tutorial introduction [i] [d]
  20. () Nature anatomy: the curious parts & pieces of the natural world [i]
  21. () Principles of neural design [i] [d] [j]
  22. () Brain structure and its origins: in development and in evolution of behavior and the mind [i]
  23. () Neuroanatomical terminology: a lexicon of classical origins and historical foundations [i]
  24. () How to build a brain: a neural architecture for biological cognition [i]
  25. (/2018) Fundamentals of cognitive neuroscience: a beginner's guide [i] [d]
  26. () Shaping humanity: how science, art, and imagination help us understand our origins [i] [j]
  27. John L. R. Rubenstein & Pasko Rakic [ed] () Comprehensive developmental neuroscience [o]
  28. () Atlas of human brain connections [i] [d]
  29. () Seeing deep structure from the interactions of surface features [d]
  30. () A plea for the use of drawing in human anatomy teaching [d]
  31. () Modernization of an anatomy class: from conceptualization to implementation: a case for integrated multimodal–multidisciplinary teaching [d]
  32. () Experimental evidence for improved neuroimaging interpretation using three-dimensional graphic models [d]
  33. Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis, & Kathleen S. Montine [ed] (/2018) Comparative anatomy and histology: a mouse, rat and human atlas [i] [d]
  34. () Virtual cerebral ventricular system: an MR-based three-dimensional computer model [d]
  35. () The pregnant body book [i]
  36. Ronald A. Cohen & Lawrence H. Sweet [ed] () Brain imaging in behavioral medicine and clinical neuroscience [i] [d]
  37. () Spatial abilities of expert clinical anatomists: comparison of abilities between novices, intermediates, and experts in anatomy [d]
  38. () The evolution of the human head [i]
  39. () Promoting metacognition in first year anatomy laboratories using plasticine modeling and drawing activities: a pilot study of the 'blank page' technique [d]
  40. () Anatomy comic strips [p] [d]
  41. () Medical students' attitudes toward the anatomy dissection room in relation to personality [d]
  42. () Anatomy 360: the ultimate visual guide to the human body [i]
  43. () Farm anatomy: the curious parts & pieces of country life [i]
  44. () Networks of the brain [i] [d]
  45. () Properties of publications on anatomy in medical education literature [d]
  46. () Traditional versus three-dimensional teaching of peritoneal embryogenesis: a comparative prospective study [d]
  47. () Anatomy for strength and fitness training for speed [i]
  48. Alex A. T. Bui & Ricky K. Taira [ed] () Medical imaging informatics [i] [d]
  49. () Delavier's stretching anatomy [i]
  50. () Progressive drawing: a novel 'lid-opener' and 'monotony-breaker' [d]
  51. () Students' illustrations of the human nervous system as a formative assessment tool [d]
  52. Alice M. Roberts [ed] (/2016) The complete human body: the definitive visual guide [i]
  53. () Botany for the artist [i]
  54. () The anatomy of anatomy: a review for its modernization [p] [d]
  55. (/2019) The human brain book [i]
  56. () The invisible smile: living without facial expression [i]
  57. () Neuroanatomy: draw it to know it [i]
  58. (/2013) Body sense: the science and practice of embodied self-awareness [or: The psychophysiology of self-awareness: rediscovering the lost art of body sense] [i]
  59. () Quirks of human anatomy: an evo-devo look at the human body [i] [d]
  60. () Laparoscopy: learning a new surgical anatomy? [d]
  61. () A head in virtual reality: development of a dynamic head and neck model [d]
  62. () A new presentation and exploration of human cerebral vasculature correlated with surface and sectional neuroanatomy [d]
  63. () Learning of cross-sectional anatomy using clay models [d]
  64. () Drawn to life: 20 golden years of Disney master classes [i] [d]
  65. () Beyond cell doctrine: complexity theory informs alternate models of the body for cross-cultural dialogue [d]
  66. () The anatomy of learning anatomy [d]
  67. () Classic human anatomy: the artist's guide to form, function, and movement [i]
  68. Albert G. Burger, Duncan Davidson, & Richard Baldock [ed] () Anatomy ontologies for bioinformatics: principles and practice [i] [d]
  69. () Time in anatomy [i] [d]
  70. () The grimace project [u]
  71. () The importance of exposure to human material in anatomical education: a philosophical perspective [d]
  72. () Real scientists do it with models: the art of science visualization [d]
  73. () The way we work: getting to know the amazing human body [i]
  74. () Color atlas of small animal anatomy: the essentials [i]
  75. () Body painting as a tool in clinical anatomy teaching [d]
  76. () Trees: a visual guide [i]
  77. () Changing bodies: habit, crisis and creativity [i]
  78. () Facial expressions, babies to teens: a visual reference for artists [i]
  79. () Face to face: the perception of automotive designs [d]
  80. () Drawing and painting plants [i]
  81. (/2016) Dance anatomy and kinesiology [i]
  82. () Learn how to use astanga yoga & meditation: a complete sourcebook of yoga and meditation exercises [i]
  83. () Processing of observed pupil size modulates perception of sadness and predicts empathy [d]
  84. () Physics of the human body [i] [d]
  85. () Lines: a brief history [i]
  86. (/2012) Yoga anatomy [i]
  87. () Attention for emotional faces under restricted awareness revisited: do emotional faces automatically attract attention? [d]
  88. (/2011) Power yoga: an individualized approach to strength, grace, and inner peace [i]
  89. (/2019) The human body book [i]
  90. () Quest for the basic plan of nervous system circuitry [d]
  91. () Anatomy of breathing [i]
  92. () Perspectives on the face [i]
  93. () The science of cycology: failures to understand how everyday objects work [p] [d]
  94. () Botanical illustration course [i]
  95. (/2008) Human anatomy [i]
  96. () Human anatomy: from the Renaissance to the digital age [i]
  97. () Dream anatomy [i]
  98. () The anatomy of stretching [i]
  99. () Henry Yan's figure drawing: techniques and tips [o]
  100. () The works: anatomy of a city [i]
  101. () The nature of plants: habitats, challenges, and adaptations [i]
  102. (/2015) Gray's anatomy for students [i]
  103. () Portraying emotions with the face: the anatomy of caricatures and deceptive expressions [i]
  104. (/2006) Interactive functional anatomy [i]
  105. () Healing yoga [i]
  106. () Stretching: the stress-free way to stay supple, keep fit and exercise safely [i]
  107. () Trees [i]
  108. () Facial expressions: a visual reference for artists [i]
  109. Susan Standring [ed] (/2016) Gray's anatomy: the anatomical basis of clinical practice [i]
  110. () Conditioning for dance: training for peak performance in all dance forms [i]
  111. () Animal anatomy for artists: the elements of form [i]
  112. () Hatha yoga illustrated [i]
  113. () The artist's complete guide to drawing the head [i]
  114. (/2009) Kinesiology: the mechanics and pathomechanics of human movement [i]
  115. () Pilates and yoga [i]
  116. () The art of botanical painting [i]
  117. () Emotions revealed: recognizing faces and feelings to improve communication and emotional life [i]
  118. () Yogapilates [i]
  119. () Leonardo da Vinci, master draftsman [i]
  120. () Painting wildlife in watercolor [i]
  121. () Stiff: the curious lives of human cadavers [i]
  122. (/2012) Brain architecture: understanding the basic plan [i]
  123. () The human cadaver in the age of biomedical informatics [p] [d]
  124. (/2003) Women's strength training anatomy [i]
  125. () Atlas of human anatomy [i]
  126. () The emergence of visually realistic contour in the drawing of the human figure [d]
  127. () Yoga [i]
  128. (/2005) The illustrated encyclopedia of trees [i]
  129. (/2010) Kinesiology of the musculoskeletal system: foundations for rehabilitation [i]
  130. () Yoga [i]
  131. () Pilates: body in motion [i]
  132. () Ashtanga yoga [i]
  133. (/2006) Strength training anatomy [i]
  134. (/2008) Yoga: the path to holistic health [i]
  135. () Ashtanga yoga: the complete mind and body workout [i]
  136. () Anatomy for the artist [i]
  137. () Prime mover: a natural history of muscle [i]
  138. (/2009) The animator's survival kit [i]
  139. () How to use your eyes [i]
  140. () Spectacular bodies: the art and science of the human body from Leonardo to now [i]
  141. () Astanga yoga: connect to the core with power yoga [i]
  142. () The artist's complete guide to figure drawing: a contemporary perspective on the classical tradition [i]
  143. () Human anatomy for artists [i]
  144. (/2005) Environmental physiology of animals [i]
  145. () Re-viewing the nude [d] [j]
  146. () Still point: dance photographs [i]
  147. (/2017) Body image: understanding body dissatisfaction in men, women, and children [i]
  148. () The meaning of movement: developmental and clinical perspectives of the Kestenberg Movement profile [i]
  149. () The expressiveness of the body and the divergence of Greek and Chinese medicine [i]
  150. Bruce L. Miller & Jeffrey L. Cummings [ed] (/2018) The human frontal lobes: functions and disorders [i]
  151. () Anatomy of nonsense [u]
  152. () About face [i]
  153. (/2000) Body outlaws: young women write about body image and identity [i]
  154. () The body in three dimensions [i]
  155. () Airborne: the new dance photography of Lois Greenfield [i]
  156. () Surfaces inside surfaces: on the origin of agency and life [o] [u]
  157. () Breasts: the women's perspective on an American obsession [i]
  158. () Vile bodies: photography and the crisis of looking [i]
  159. (/2017) The brain atlas: a visual guide to the human central nervous system [i]
  160. () The relationship between appearance and personality across the life span [d]
  161. (/2005) Trail guide to the body: how to locate muscles, bones and more [i]
  162. () New York City Ballet workout: fifty stretches and exercises anyone can do for a strong, graceful, and sculpted body [i]
  163. () Dance ink, photographs [i]
  164. () The Vilppu drawing manual [o]
  165. () A history of the breast [i]
  166. () Reading faces: window to the soul? [i]
  167. (/2015) Neuroscience: exploring the brain [i]
  168. () An intimate distance: women, artists, and the body [i]
  169. (/2005) Comparative vertebrate neuroanatomy: evolution and adaptation [i]
  170. () Dance imagery for technique and performance [i]
  171. (/2012) Dynamic alignment through imagery [i]
  172. () The language of the body: drawings by Pierre-Paul Prud'hon [i]
  173. () Yoga mind & body [i]
  174. () The supple body: the way to fitness, strength, and flexibility [i]
  175. (/2001) Drawing the human body: an anatomical guide [i]
  176. (/2009) Biomechanical basis of human movement [i]
  177. (/2009) Vertebrates: comparative anatomy, function, evolution [i]
  178. () Ingres's eroticized bodies: retracing the serpentine line [i]
  179. () Blood, milk, and death: body symbols and the power of regeneration among the Zaramo of Tanzania [i]
  180. () Bones: the unity of form and function [i]
  181. () Introduction to botanical art techniques = Botanikaru āto san'yasō o egaku [i]
  182. () Leonardo da Vinci: the anatomy of man: drawings from the collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II [i]
  183. () Breaking bounds: the dance photography of Lois Greenfield [i]
  184. Drew Leder [ed] () The body in medical thought and practice [i] [d]
  185. (/2017) Human anatomy [i]
  186. () Figure drawing without a model [i]
  187. (/2008) Plant form: an illustrated guide to flowering plant morphology [i]
  188. Olivier Debroise, Elisabeth Sussman, & Matthew Teitelbaum [ed] () El corazón sangrante = The bleeding heart [i]
  189. (/2016) Human sectional anatomy: pocket atlas of body sections, CT and MRI images [i]
  190. () Human anatomy for artists: the elements of form [i]
  191. (/2006) McMurtrie's human anatomy coloring book: a systemic approach to the study of the human body: thirteen systems [i]
  192. (/2012) Human osteology [i] [d]
  193. () Effects of visual referents upon representational drawing of the human figure [d] [j]
  194. () The artist's complete guide to facial expression [i]
  195. (/2008) Surface anatomy: the anatomical basis of clinical examination [i]
  196. Michel Feher, Ramona Naddaff, & Nadia Tazi [ed] () Fragments for a history of the human body [i]
  197. (/2003) The figure in action: anatomy for artists [i]
  198. () About faces [i]
  199. (/2010) Atlas of human anatomy [i]
  200. (/2006) Anatomy and human movement: structure and function [i]
  201. (/2004) Skeleton [i]
  202. () The human vocal tract: anatomy, function, development, and evolution [i]
  203. () The fugitive gesture: masterpieces of dance photography [i]
  204. (/2003) Job's body: a handbook for bodywork [i]
  205. (/2001) Functional anatomy of the vertebrates: an evolutionary perspective [i]
  206. (/1998) Clinical surface anatomy [i]
  207. () Beauty secrets: women and the politics of appearance [i]
  208. () Figure drawing and anatomy for the artist [i]
  209. (/2007) Anatomy of movement [i]
  210. () Bodywatching: a field guide to the human species [i]
  211. (/2002) Atlas of foreshortening: the human figure in deep perspective [i]
  212. () Drawing the living figure [i]
  213. (/2007) Primate anatomy: an introduction [i] [d]
  214. (/2002) Color atlas of anatomy: a photographic study of the human body [i]
  215. () Human structure and shape [o]
  216. () The botany coloring book [i]
  217. (/2000) The human evolution coloring book [i]
  218. () Modeling the figure in clay [i]
  219. (/2010) Clinically oriented anatomy [i]
  220. (/2008) Structure & function of the body [i]
  221. () Drawing animals [i]
  222. () How to draw the human figure: an anatomical approach [i]
  223. (/2007) Biomaterials: an introduction [i] [d]
  224. (/1994) Scientific illustration: a guide to biological, zoological, and medical rendering techniques, design, printing, and display [i]
  225. (/2008) Internal organs [i]
  226. (/2002) Nervous system and sensory organs [i]
  227. (/2009) Locomotor system [i]
  228. (/2008) McMinn's clinical atlas of human anatomy [i]
  229. (/1994) Drawing the human form: methods, sources, concepts [i]
  230. (/2017) Physiology of behavior [i]
  231. () How to draw the human head: techniques and anatomy [i]
  232. (/2001) The anatomy coloring book [i]
  233. (/2011) Anatomy: a regional atlas of the human body [i]
  234. () The human figure: a photographic reference for artists [i]
  235. () How animals work [i]
  236. () Figure sculpture in wax and plaster [i]
  237. (/1983) Die gestalt des menschen: ein handbuch der anatomie für künstler [i]
  238. () How to draw animals [i]
  239. (/1985) Functional human anatomy [i]
  240. (/1966) The human skull: a cultural history [o]
  241. () Drawing the human head [o]
  242. (/1982) Drawing the head and figure [i]
  243. (/2007) The physiology of the joints [i]
  244. (/1976) Manual of scientific illustration: with special chapters on photography, cover design, and book manufacturing [o]
  245. (/1975) Bodily sensations [i]
  246. (/2016) Guyton and Hall textbook of medical physiology [i]
  247. (/1993) Anatomy for the artist [i]
  248. (/2003) Anatomy for artists [i]
  249. (/1963) An atlas of human anatomy [o]
  250. (/1993) The art of animal drawing: construction, action analysis, caricature [i]
  251. (/2006) Manual of structural kinesiology [i]
  252. () Animal drawing: anatomy and action for artists [i]
  253. (/1992) Hyman's comparative vertebrate anatomy [i]
  254. () Sculpture inside and out [o]
  255. (/1975) Animal painting & anatomy [i]
  256. () Heads and tales [o]
  257. (/1961) Art student's anatomy [i]
  258. (/1958) The human figure [i]
  259. (/1957) An atlas of anatomy for artists [o]
  260. () Practical art anatomy [o] [u]
  261. (/1985) Modelling and sculpting animals [i]
  262. () Nouvelle anatomie artistique du corps humain [o] [u]
  263. () Artistic anatomy of animals [o] [u]
  264. (/1985) Modelling and sculpting the human figure [i]
  265. (/1956) An atlas of animal anatomy for artists [i]
  266. (/1964) A handbook of anatomy for art students [o] [u]
  267. (/1971) Artistic anatomy [i] [u]
  268. (/1966) Human anatomy: a complete systematic treatise [o] [u]
  269. (/1905) Duval's artistic anatomy: completely revised, with additional original illustrations [o] [u]
  270. (/1977) Anatomy, descriptive and surgical [i] [u]

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