This year I’ve dedicated a majority of my time to study and tying up all those artistic loose ends that I felt were holding me back from being the professional artist I’ve been striving towards. Although I’ve been drawing the human figure for over 10 years now Anatomy was one of those things I was never properly instructed in. After months of searching online for a course that I felt would give me the proper training I found Scott Eaton’s “Anatomy for Artists online course”. The website is self explanatory if your looking into studying anatomy so I won’t go into detail.

I will say that in 8 weeks of highly detailed and informative study through online video lecture I now feel I’ve had the proper training in anatomy I always wanted. The course is thorough and takes dedication but it’s worth every second of effort and every dollar of cost for a proper education on anatomy. I’d like to publicly thank Scott for such a comprehensive course.

The pictures above are from one of the final Ecorche assignments in this course. By the end of the 8 weeks you’ll be able to draw all the visible surface anatomy on the human figure. The images above are of 3 sculptures from the Louvre that the muscles were drawn on top of.

As a former student I highly recommend this course to anyone that wants a thorough understanding of Anatomy for Artists. Check it out for yourself.