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Dan Beckemeyer's Felted Anatomy

foot and ankle anatomy for artists | ... Anatomy by Drawing the Foot - The Drawing Blog - Blogs - Artist Daily

Drawing Basics: Understanding Anatomy by Drawing the Foot

foot and ankle anatomy for artists | ... Anatomy by Drawing the Foot - The Drawing Blog - Blogs - Artist Daily

"Venus" - Kate McDowell, 2006 {artistic anatomical heart sculpture 9"x14"x9", hand built porcelain #anatomy, 6-glaze cone, acrylic gel, halogen light}

"Venus" - Kate McDowell, 2006 {artistic anatomical heart sculpture 9"x14"x9", hand built porcelain #anatomy, 6-glaze cone, acrylic gel, halogen light}

Magazine - Update: The Anatomical Works of Bologna's Nunzio Paci

Update: The Anatomical Works of Bologna's Nunzio Paci

Magazine - Update: The Anatomical Works of Bologna's Nunzio Paci

this picture is surreal because it is showing a teen loosing pieces from his face. This shows that he is either dying or falling apart. I choose this picture because it is the most satisfying and surreal one i could find. - Jorge Figueroa Block D.

this picture is surreal because it is showing a teen loosing pieces from his face. This shows that he is either dying or falling apart. I choose this picture because it is the most satisfying and surreal one i could find. - Jorge Figueroa Block D.

✤ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES | キャラクターデザイン • Find more at https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences

✤ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES | キャラクターデザイン • Find more at https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences

ANATOMY: Facial Muscles. Tension first builds on the face, learn to loosen up! The muscles of the face are unique among groups of muscles in the body. While most muscles connect to and move only bones, facial muscles mostly connect bones to skin.

ANATOMY: Facial Muscles. Tension first builds on the face, learn to loosen up! The muscles of the face are unique among groups of muscles in the body. While most muscles connect to and move only bones, facial muscles mostly connect bones to skin.

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