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    Real models in 3D.

    I'm looking for anatomically correct small models in 3D. Actual physical models, not digital.

    (small = 20cm or less preferably)

    Models which are used as a reference. Both the face (a bust) and the body.

    I already know of bodymodels, but if anyone has any other site please link. I haven't seen a decent model of the head yet.

    Also, I know that accupuncture models are often used, so they must be getting these models from somewhere. I want anatomically correct ones though.

    Any links would be appreciated, thank you.

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    I've been looking for a similar thing, so I'd be curious if you run across anything. Although, I'm mainly looking for ones that are posable.

    The closest I've found so far are Obitsu dolls from Japan (although they are a bit manga-esque to varying degrees) and Art S. Buck models (but the heads are a bit too big).

    Links: http://www.dickblick.com/products/ar...omical-models/

    http://www.parabox.jp/eng/

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    Thanks for the links. I might look into them as a base model, but like you said their heads are too big.

    The best I have been able to find so far are these:

    http://www.healthxp.com/product_info...te_banner_id=1

    They're acupuncture models, but very expensive and I wonder if their legs aren't a little short. Also, their hands aren't very detailed, their heads seem to be a bit too big too. I will try to find some more accupuncture ones that look better.

    Some anime models are very very accurate but are usually too small and stand in bending poses etc.

    Last edited by Jem'ennuie; February 6th, 2009 at 08:05 PM.
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    http://www.escience.ca/genSci/RENDER...074/12093.html

    These are nice ones, but very expensive though =/, there have to be artist ones out there.

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