Yesssss Watts is really good! I’ve already clocked around 600+ hours of figure drawing at the school. Very very anatomy heavy but once you get through learning that it makes things much easier on you especially trying to invent your own figures from the top of your head.
Bridgman is good if you want to get into volume and the clumping of muscles into wedges that are easier to design perspective around.
For loosening up!
I also have random tibbits of stuff all over my tumblrs
Rad went to Watts so if your worried about learning and it wrecking your style. Not saying you believe this but for anyone else, that’s a really silly concern but it crops up in conversation a lot when I talk to artists. Learning only strengthens what you know and gives you more freedom on the canvas.