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biceps femoris, trapezius and latissimus dorsi removed — Canine Anatomy Study by Steve Lord — Animal anatomy references for artist.

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Lord is raising funds for Canine Anatomy Sculpture on Kickstarter! Canine Anatomy Sculpture in the spirit of the Animaliers of the Century.

Canine Anatomy Sculpture by S. D. Lord — Kickstarter

Lord is raising funds for Canine Anatomy Sculpture on Kickstarter! Canine Anatomy Sculpture in the spirit of the Animaliers of the Century. Great for reference, research or displayed as fine art.

biceps femoris, trapezius and latissimus dorsi removed

canine anatomy sculpture By S. Lord biceps femoris, trapezius and latissimus dorsi removed

Animal Anatomy, For Dogs

The artist let us in on the process behind his creations, which all start off as clay models. Silicone is applied by brush to the clay forms until the film reaches a 1/4-inch thickness. The mold is cut along a set of seams and reattached in a plaster mastermold for rigidity. The bone powder comes from his dog's leftovers, pulverized in the studio and added to the resin and porcelain mixture to create a translucent, off-white coloration.

Studio Visit: John O'Reilly

John O'Reilly Ground up bones and porcelain dust in a series of biological sculptures

superficial muscles

Lord is raising funds for Canine Anatomy Sculpture on Kickstarter! Canine Anatomy Sculpture in the spirit of the Animaliers of the Century. Great for reference, research or displayed as fine art.

Artist: John O’Reilly

Artist: John O’Reilly

Dog Anatomy by Amad07.deviantart.com                                                                                                                                                                                 More

An exquisite fuck-ton of canine references. To see the text of the larger images, you gotta reverse-image search ‘em. [From various sources]:

Dog Anatomy Tutorial 3 by SleepingDeadGirl

The third part in the Dog Anatomy Tutorial; focusing on basic body positions. Running Cycle: Dog Anatomy Tutorials: Part One: Body Parts Part Two: Breeds Part Three: Body Positions Part Four: Emoti.

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