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try here http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=131117
(first two links )
well, i do actually have 2 of his books in pdf form, although i dont remember where i got them from.
i have : the human machine, and complete guide to drawing from life. in pdf form, and 100 hands IRL format :d
hm.. usually when i draw from 100 hands, i just put a weighty object to hold down the pages so i dont have to hold it in one hand.
Check this one too...
Great links - thanks everyone. It is important to remember that Bridgman did not draw these studies small, like they are in the book. He actually worked quite large, in a classic manner. Having the images in digital format is great because you can display them vertically on your monitor and stand (or sit) back at your easel to practice.