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Anatomy images

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JF Ptak Science Books: A Cardiac Chronology (Beginning): 27 Heart Anatomies, 14th century-1897

JF Ptak Science Books Post 1367 This is the first installment of a chronology of the anatomical representation of the heart, along with a few metaphorical images tossed in. No commentary yet--just a quick post. All images are either from...

Anatomical Heart Illustration - Matt Crotts - Medical Illustration

Illustration intended as an overview of the basic gross anatomy of the heart, including chambers and vasculature. © Matthew Crotts and Augusta University

This collection contains interesting examples and methods of constructing a human figure and individual parts of the body

This collection contains interesting examples and methods of constructing a human figure and individual parts of the body

Skeleton Study 5 by jamesjulier on DeviantArt

Description 4 hour study more skeleton studies: axis432.deviantart.com/art/Ske… axis432.deviantart.com/art/Ske… axis432.deviantart.com/art/Ske… axis432.deviantart.com/art/Ske…

Male Écorché - Michelangelo's Lorenzo de' Medici, Kotaro Fukuda on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/NW6d5

This is a personal work to better understand anatomy. First I sculpted A-pose ecorche with ZBrush. Next, exported the mesh to Maya and added a simple rig and posed it. (Of course it is possible to pose a character within ZBrush, but I like the process of trying various poses in Maya. ) Then exported the mesh to Zbrush again and adjusted the shape of muscles and bones around joints.

6 Skull Images - Vintage Anatomy Clip Art - Bones - The Graphics Fairy

Vintage Skull Clipart Images. Including Diagrams, Side Views and a Skull and Crossbones. Great Skull clipart for Halloween!

Disturbingly beautiful (almost dirty) images of human anatomy from the 1700s (NSFW)

Jacques Fabien Gautier was a printmaker, painter, anatomist and philosopher who is now best remembered for his often lurid anatomical illustrations. Born in Marseilles in 1716, Gautier began his career as a painter before moving onto printmaking where he developed an interest in the techniques of color printmaking which were then being pioneered by Jacob Christoph Le Blon (1667-1741). Gautier posited the theory colored prints could be created in much the same way as colored patterns were…