Table of contents for Expressive anatomy for comics and narrative : principles and practices from the legendary cartoonist / Will Eisner with Peter Poplaski.

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CONTENTSEDITOR'S NOTE_000INTRODUCTION_000_THE HUMAN MACHINE_000Skeleton Front_000Skeleton Back_000Skeleton Side_000Joints_000Shoulders_000Legs_000The Trunk_000_MUSCLES ACTIVATE MOVEMENT_000Muscles and the Body_000Muscles Front_000Muscles Back_000Muscles Side_000The Outer Body Front_000The Outer Body Back_000The Outer Body Side_000Mobility and Limitations_000Body Movement_000Exaggeration_000_DRAFTSMANSHIP_000Balance_000Movement_000Dimension_000Elements of Shadows_000_THE HEAD_000Facial Expressiveness_000The Brain_000_ALL LIVING THINGS WANT TO SURVIVE_000Human Actions_000The Mind, the Brain, and the Body (an Example)_000_THE LANGUAGE OF POSTURE AND GESTURE_000_HUMAN EMOTION_000Hate_000Shame_000Love_000Surprise_000Anger_000Fear_000Joy_000Grief_000_AGGRESSIVE PHYSICAL ACTION_000Force_000The Violence in Drama _000_TALKING PICTURES_000_PHYSICAL COMMUNICATION_000Subtle Communications_000Physical Positioning_000_USING THE EXPRESSIVE CAPACITY OF THE HUMAN BODY_000The Silent Observer_000Overheard Conversations_000Family Dynamics_000Social Situations_000Contrasting Groups_000The Compensating BodyThe Mind Versus Anatomy_000_POSTURE AND POWER_000_ANATOMY, STAGING, AND THE TOTAL COMPOSITION_000_ANATOMY AND STEREOTYPE_000Basic Types: The Strong and the Weak_000_PHYSIOGNOMY_000Character Concepts_000_ACTING_000Body Attitude_000_IN PRACTICE_000Cover Design_000Exercises_000

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Comic books, strips, etc. -- Authorship.
Cartooning -- Technique.