I was wondering if anyone could help me in picking some anatomy courses to take.
To preface, I have an intermediate understanding of anatomy, I've done some self learning from Glen Vilppu's figure drawing course on NMA, and I also attend weekly life drawing classes. I would describe my understanding of anatomy as being familiar with the forms and some muscle groups, and familiar with the skeleton, but I could only guess at the most important landmarks and how the whole 'thing' interacts with itself. I also couldn't name the muscles or bones. Essentially I've learn from observation, and I would like to follow a more structured course with feedback.
The courses I'm currently interested in are CGMA's 'Anatomy for Production', 'Analytical Figure Drawing', and 'Figure Drawing: Anatomy of Style'. I'm also looking at Scott Eatons courses.
I'd like to hear from anyone who has experience with one or more of these, or anyone who has some other course recommendations for me. I really like the look of Scott Eatons courses, but I want to take the feedback one which is sold out, and the next intake isn't until the middle of June. It's not a problem waiting, but if the CGMA courses compare, it would be nice to take one of those instead, as there's spaces available for spring intake.
Also, does anyone have any experience with standard enrolment in Scott Eaton's classes?
(My focus is 3D character art, so these courses are to aid primarily in that)