�Hinge, Ball and Socket� from
Will Eisner�s Expressive
Anatomy (2004-2007*), page 6 of the published book. LOT of 2.
felt that a strong grasp of skeletal anatomy was an essential
cornerstone for expressive anatomy, so his book begins with several
wonderfully rendered skeletons in motion. Here a skeleton�s joints in
movement are compared to hinges. A comparison of the sharply detailed
original with the published version shows that considerable subtlety of
line was lost in the reproduction.
Brush and ink with some white-out on
7.75 x 10.75 inch vellum mounted on 8.25 x 11 5/8 white paper. The
headline is on a separate small sheet of paper clear taped to the
vellum. 2nd piece, on 8.5 x 11 sheet, is Eisner�s layout, a combination
of four layers of original pencil and photocopy on the primary sheet. $425