Sarah Simblet's anatomy book is a bit of a mixed bag for me.
Unlike other anatomy books, this one features lots of stunning photography of the body in nude. The models have lean muscular figures and the lighting and poses are great. Some photos are used as underlays with translucent skeleton overlays on top. Unfortunately, there aren't any muscles overlay using this method.
As a book that's targeted at artists, I thought the drawings were not good enough. They are done in a sketchy style that makes it difficult to make out different muscle groups. It takes a bit of effort to understand what you're looking at. You can't draw what you can't make out. That's the major weakness of this book.
There's not much on the head and neck. Overall, the book lacks the depth of coverage you find in other anatomy books like Human Anatomy for Artists by Eliot Goldfinger, which presents layers over layers of muscles each in different drawings, or the concise explanation of Classic Human Anatomy: The Artist's Guide to Form, Function, and Movement by Valerie L. Winslow.
With its great photography but not very defined drawings, it's a general anatomy reference book at best.
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