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ISBN-10: 0375763422

ISBN-13: 9780375763427

Anatomy Coloring Workbook
The human physique is wondrously complicated, with seven hundred muscle groups, 206 bones, and numerous cells and tissues. learning and remembering them all may be overwhelming.
The Anatomy Coloring Workbook promises a transparent and concise figuring out of anatomy. The interactive method of studying anatomy via coloring takes much less time than memorizing from textbooks and flashcards. The coloring strategy completely fixes anatomical thoughts on your brain, and in the event you have to bear in mind the cloth, you’ll have the ability to visualize the physique structures.
The diagrams and plates within the Anatomy Coloring Workbook were created electronically, to offer you a pointy, exact rendering of anatomical buildings. We absolutely clarify the thoughts in the back of each one coloring lesson to make the training event entire. We comprise an introductory part on anatomical terminology to get you all started, coloring feedback to help you, and labels for simple identity and reference.
This ebook is a useful source for college kids of anatomy, body structure, biology, psychology, nursing, clinical expertise, overall healthiness management, health schooling, nutrients, artwork, and more.
Medical practitioners, dentists and dental hygienists, actual and occupational therapists, educators, and pros in rankings of alternative fields also will locate directed coloring a important technique of review.
The one hundred twenty five plates within the ebook are equipped into the next sections:
Introduction to Anatomy
The Skeletal System
The Muscular System
The anxious System
The Endocrine System
The Circulatory System
The Digestive System
The respiration System
The Urinary System
The Reproductive procedure

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Sketching and drawing, at their best, reveal and confirm important things about ourselves, our values, our motives and our beliefs. Drawings are concrete statements about the artist's state of mind at a given point; they are records of thoughts and processes. However, great drawings and great art don't speak to the viewer's head, but to his heart and to his spirit. Can, or should, all drawings aspire to this? Of course not. But even a little thumbnail sketch can be beautiful and meaningful in fulfilling the purpose of its conception.

But I am particularly inclined to sketch people: my own friends, family and myself, as well as people I meet when I am traveling — people on trains and buses, in parks, plazas and cafés. I am especially inspired by urbanscapes. I draw every day. I keep moleskin journals, though sometimes I draw on brown paper bags, butcher paper or scrap paper and glue it in later. I use brown or black pens and china markers. When I travel to other countries, I sketch constantly, in order to archive and absorb what I am experiencing in a way that is more profound and personal than snapping a photo.

I suppose there are hundreds of filled-up sketchbooks stored in the archives of my mind. Six-year-old Serafina (drawing at left) and ten-year-old Elaina (drawing at right) often create their own artwork alongside their mother as she works. If I had to draw a distinction between working on paper versus working directly on the clay surfaces of my pots, other than the obvious difference, I would say that paper provides me with a greater window of time. I have the opportunity to contemplate and reflect on something a bit longer because I must translate my designs on the pottery before the clay has an opportunity to dry.

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