John Watkiss' Fly in the Room Anatomy is a cross between a pictorial book and an instructive book. "Imagine you are a fly in the room with the ability to view the human figure from every viewpoint with sketchbook and pen in hand." Each unique angle is captured in three drawings: a fully rendered figure drawing; a drawing of the underlying musculature (with lines of force indicated); and a drawing of the figure reduced to its most simplified shapes and forms. Any fan of figure drawing will enjoy this book. With the book's sparse text, it is up to the individual artist to divine the lessons to be learned.