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Skeleton illustrations get under cartoon characters' skin

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Cartoon characters are anatomically curious creatures, often with oversized heads and squat legs. Michael Paulus examines the skeletal structure of some of television's oddly shaped characters.

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Paulus seeks to better understand these characters by dissecting their designs, gaining a different view of the physical distortions that we take for granted in our iconic cartoons. If you want a skeletal Snoopy handing on your wall, he offers prints and panels at his Etsy store.

Character Study [Michael Paulus via Retronaut via mental_floss]

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