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Old 10-06-2008, 10:22 PM   #1
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Human Anatomy Links

http://fineart.sk/ My fave!!
http://www.personal.psu.edu/jas43/skel/skeletal.htm
http://www.bartleby.com/107/indexillus.html

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http://free-textures.got3d.com/index.html (free)

http://www.3d.sk/ (not really free but a good site)

http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthre...f=202&t=257570
(A whole bunch of links)
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Cant believe i forgot this one

http://www.characterdesigns.com
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http://figuredrawings.com/linksanatomy.html

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http://www.artisticanatomyblog.com/
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Tons of Head refs:

http://www.cgtantra.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2966

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http://content.usatoday.com/communit...y-with-html5/1

Google earth for the human body. Leads to a quick article about it and the beta version of it. Hopefully they give us male and female to work with soon. But for now this is still pretty helpful. View bones, organs, nerves, veins, and muscle.
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human inner body links

http://www.innerbody.com/htm/body.html
http://www.visiblebody.com/
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awesome reference sites guys.
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A lot of links are dead... what would be fantastic IMHO would be for threads like these to have a continually updating first post (no pressure, Jay) compiling all the links, and just have a simple "Last checked 10Nov2011" and remove links if they are dead. Shouldn't take more than five minutes every couple months, for example. Just a thought. I would do it here, but people generally start checking links before they get to post #14...
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Well I've trimmed this one, but if you find any yourself, just PM me with a link. Then I can go in and sort it.

It will have to be done as and when...we have tons in this resource lounge so it will have to be like this for now...

cheers for the heads up
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Saw this this evening...its character based so stuck it in the anatomy....http://www.oramyst.com/

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Nice free female reference: http://www.ten24.info/index.php/shop...-reference-45/
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I have just ordered this book:
http://www.amazon.com/General-Anatom...5758692&sr=1-1

Another thing I will start in february is art classes ( drawing and painting).

I say this because I think that modeling/sculpting ( a realistic human) in 3D is more than only having reference, I believe that having a solid grounding in art gives you a better insight in how things should look ( training the eye and all that) and then you use reference as a guide to work along.
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heres a few that I use

http://www.naturalremediescentral.ne..._Head-Neck.jpg

http://www.medicprint.com/repository...cle_poster.jpg

http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/er...lar-system.jpg
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