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    The Artist's Manikin To Get You Excited For Anatomy

    Checkout the detailing for the sternomastoid muscles. Holy shit that's pretty good. And the clavicles! I'm not gonna mess that up again in my drarings.


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    creepy!

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    He's jewish?

    Seriously though...I've seen dolls like that. I've seen grown women carry them around in public. Hella creepy.

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    mmmm, SRSLY?


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    mmmm, SRSLY?
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    He's jewish?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavePalumbo View Post
    not necessarily
    Joking. Although these particular dolls being labeled "bishounen" which is japanese...makes it a little bit weirder. Guess that's the "custom" part.

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    Made my day.
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    P.S. How does one stumble across these? And why isn't the tramp-stamp moar prominent?

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    "Bishounen" that was used to create this doll:

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    Seriously though...I've seen dolls like that. I've seen grown women carry them around in public. Hella creepy.

    Just carrying them around in public is nothing. The ball-joint doll fandom has creepier things, Naomi and Grimm for starters.

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    Actually those normal ball joint doll is okey....but this creepy thing...

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    That's pretty horrible. Cold shiver time. I don't think it's very accurate either.

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    wow scaryy and crappy and weird.....

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    What about these from DickBlick for a poseable model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mazouko View Post
    The ball-joint doll fandom has creepier things, Naomi and Grimm for starters.
    Aww, mazouko! I had enough vague ideas about the serious WEIRD of that fandom...I did not need to see & read dolly porno! x_x Stupid ED and their amusing articles.

    EDIT: The Art Buck models aren't really that well proportioned either. Definately not a sub for the real thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Baby View Post
    That's pretty horrible. Cold shiver time. I don't think it's very accurate either.

    If you want a great, anatomy model. Go here. One of the best purchases I've ever made.

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    Wow. That looks beautiful. New shipping date is in August, maybe I'll get one.

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    The clavicles are actually "s" shaped and are not on one plane- if you draw them as if they go straight across, the figure loses movement and flow and starts to look rigid and dead. We have the model you like, Midgard, and it is good. However, I feel it lacks the elegance of the older models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mazouko View Post
    What about these from DickBlick for a poseable model?
    wtf are they selling these for, they dont even fucking have muscles, how or why could anyone use this for a ref haha

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    wtf are they selling these for, they dont even fucking have muscles, how or why could anyone use this for a ref haha
    The Dickblick manikins are meant to be used for posing purposes, similar to the wooden manikins. The model in Rusty Baby's post is for anatomical reference only, since it is not poseable.

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    Creepy. Interesting as works in and of themselves, but I'd rather draw from a well-sculpted $10-$15 action figure with good articulation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Baby View Post
    That's pretty horrible. Cold shiver time. I don't think it's very accurate either.

    If you want a great, anatomy model. Go here. One of the best purchases I've ever made.

    http://www.freedomofteach.com/produc.../figure_male_1
    Holy shit this is cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxine Schacker View Post
    The clavicles are actually "s" shaped and are not on one plane- if you draw them as if they go straight across, the figure loses movement and flow and starts to look rigid and dead. We have the model you like, Midgard, and it is good. However, I feel it lacks the elegance of the older models.
    A bit odd that they decided to change that then. It's great that you have one of those at Max the Mutt, I can't even fathom my old art schools having these kind of props.

    What's interesting to me was the mention of magnetic removable parts, but as it turns out it's not nearly as elaborate as I hoped it would be. Only the arms and the genetalia are removable, which doesn't sound as useful compared to, let's say, being able to temporarily remove the lower abdomen and gluteus maximus to look at how the hipbone is constructed and how it 'sits' in the body.

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    I dunno, I kinda like the one in the boxers.
    But the nudie is creepy and reeks of Micheal Jackson fare. These are probabaly used more as a fetish item as opposed to a good anatomical source, or at least should be imho. However, if the protruding clavicle and neck muscles helped you out with your own drawing process, more power to you. =3

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