Artist's Anatomy Releases New Series of Anatomy Models

July 06, 2010 - Artist’s Anatomy is proud to present the first in a series of exciting new anatomy models for the traditional illustrator, painter, digital artist, modeler, sculptor, medical student or professional, educator and art collector.

Our mission is to provide dynamic anatomy that is accurate and useful to the illustrator, painter, digital artist, modeler, comic book artist, sculptor, medical student, medical professional, educator and art collector, as the ultimate reference tool for the musculature of the human form.
Some of the features that help to make the Artist's Anatomy model unique are • The removable arms that allow for closer study and examination • The solid cast construction for ease of handling when observing the form more closely • It is hand sculpted to give the model a more organic and truer-to-life appeal • It is sculpted to a 1/6th scale of the average male height and stands at approximately 12 inches • The 12" maquette comes with a beautiful and elegant base for added stability when displaying • Model is balanced and can stand on it's own without the base • Features full flesh on face, hands and feet to better visualize proportions • Option to display or remove genitalia for more modesty.

• Removable arms allow for closer study
• Solid cast construction allows for easy handling
• Hand sculp ted for a more organic form
• Sculpted to 1/6th scale of average male height
• Comes with elegant base for displaying model
• Available in matte grey to ease eye strain
• Features full flesh on face, hands and feet
• Optional removable genitalia for modesty
• Reference tool at a manageable size
• Proportion and perspective studies
• Digital rendering Maquette
• Medical reference for students
• Teacher’s aid and educational tool
• Display as art piece in study, office or library
• Full body muscle reference helps to achieve a more precise render
• Muscle reference at your fingertips
• Achieve accurate modeling and character design
• Helps with perspective and proportion studies
• Achieve better results in your designs
• Improve your knowledge and understanding of muscle groups

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