Hello, if I’m posting in the wrong sub-forum I apologize. Doing so was not my intent, I’m new to this website so I’m bound to be clueless.
As background information I have been using Blender since 2013. I’m just a hobbyist and have no plans of pursing Art professionally. However, I find that the point of a hobby is to get better at it over time.
As of late I’ve been focused on blender’s sculpting with decent results.
But I’ve begun to notice that a lot of tutorials stress the importance of understand form, anatomy and basic artistic principles. Unfortunately as an Engineering Student I have an extremely poor aesthetic sense - one of the reasons I got into amateur art.
Indeed, since I began two dimensional drawing - a friend told me this would help me improve my sculpting - I’ve noticed that my sculpting has improved as a result of a better understanding, albeit an extremely limited understanding, of 2D Construction.
This, at-least to me as an amateur, leads me to believe that some of these skills are probably worth trying to learn.
So I was wondering if there were any recommended books for someone looking try to better their understanding of sculpture, form and anatomy on their own time.