Few people today know the human form better than [[b]Scott Eaton[/b]](http://www.scott-eaton.com/). A serious artist, his studies have taken him to the MIT Media Lab and even the prestigious Florence Academy of Art. I had the pleasure of seeing his presentation at the Pixologic booth during last year's SIGGRAPH, where I was impressed by the meticulous approach he takes to the human figure. Actually, "amazed" would be a better term. His techniques truly fuse the best of today's technology with the lessons of the old masters. His knowledge is in high demand. [b]Scott's[/b] consulting clients inlcude such well-known names as [i]Pixar, Sony, Miscrosoft Game Studios, The Mill, Double Negative...[/i]. Today we are extremely pleased to be able to bring you our newest installment of the "Artists in Action" series, featuring [b]Scott[/b]. Be prepared for some seriously challenging instruction! This lesson is project-based, with [b]Scott [/b]leading you on a course of study inspired by "Milon de Crotone", a masterpiece by 18th century artist [i]Edme Dumont[/i]. Yet this is just the first part, "Studying from Reference"! Future installments in the series will continue with "Studying from Life" and "Working from the Imagination". In short, you're getting a crash course in what [b]Scott[/b] has spent a lifetime mastering. So head on over to [[b]Scott's ZClassroom Section[/b]](http://www.pixologic.com/zclassroom/artistinaction/scotteaton) and start learning.
You’ll never look at the human form the same way again!