Sunday, April 02, 2006

Anatomically Correct


Check out the skeletal systems of cartoon characters as interpreted by artist, Michael Paulus. As it turns out, they are "grotesquely distorted from the human form from which they derive." Who knew?

3 comments:

David Gale said...

Something identical to this was done in Mad magazine a few years ago. That's the risk you take when you try and do something novel I guess.

ozsfm (wtf?! I sense the gold injected hand of Geoffe Sterling!)

Jennifer B. said...

Haha, I've seen these before. I think the Peanuts characters are priceless. Just imagine walking around with a melon like that, you'd probably tip over all the time.
On a related note, I heard that every year, several toddlers (who are top-heavy themselves) drown by falling into open buckets of water. So be careful!

Yaxin said...

^_^ funny