What You're Made Of


What You're Made Of (ABS)
Jason Freeny, 2009

Anatomy teachers: this would be an awesome quiz for your students, wouldn't it? :)

Jason Freeny is the digital artist behind Balloon Animal anatomy, Gummi Bear anatomy, and the dissected Gingerbread Man. Visit his site to see more! Via SheWalksSoftly.

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OH! That is so fantastic! I loved plastic airplane models when I was little, and my favorite part was when all the little pieces were still together in the molded unit.

Once I started removing them and filing off the flash and painting them and assembling them, my complete and utter incompetence revealed itself, and the final product was always a misshapen, glue-covered mess.

But when all the pieces were still in their places, I could enjoy the aspirational pleasure of the final product.

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