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A spectacular fuck-ton of human leg references. Sourced by no15201: http://anatomy4sculptors.com/?menu=12&sub=25http://call0ps.deviantart.com/art/Anatomy-Study-leg-muscules-79205185人物を描く基本 使える美術解剖図 [単行本�E�ソフトカバ��E�E�]http://www.duitang.com/people/mblog/59377884/detail/ Denis Diderot’s Encyclopédie, ou, Dictionnaire universel raisonné des connoissances humaineshttp://artisticxhelp.deviantart.com/art/Feet-Reference-341683131 The Anatomy of the External Forms of Man, Intended for the Use ...

A spectacular fuck-ton of human leg references. Sourced by no15201: http://anatomy4sculptors.com/?menu=12&sub=25http://call0ps.deviantart.com/art/Anatomy-Study-leg-muscules-79205185人物を描く基本 使える美術解剖図 [単行本�E�ソフトカバ��E�E�]http://www.duitang.com/people/mblog/59377884/detail/ Denis Diderot’s Encyclopédie, ou, Dictionnaire universel raisonné des connoissances humaineshttp://artisticxhelp.deviantart.com/art/Feet-Reference-341683131 The Anatomy of the External Forms of Man, Intended for the Use ...

This is such impressive work! This werewolf from Cabin in the Woods is powered by a human inside the suit, made to look like he is walking on his toes, much like a real wolf. The green human legs will be erased digitally later. I love when they do this!

This is such impressive work! This werewolf from Cabin in the Woods is powered by a human inside the suit, made to look like he is walking on his toes, much like a real wolf. The green human legs will be erased digitally later. I love when they do this!

Exemple de vétement Senehtien. Il n'est pas rare de porter par dessus une cape, la pluie frappant fréquement Sénéhta.

Exemple de vétement Senehtien. Il n'est pas rare de porter par dessus une cape, la pluie frappant fréquement Sénéhta.

The crocodile (I named him Ruffles) for "Peter Pan," for which I used mostly old mattress foam and hot glue. He only needed half a body in his midsection, because he traveled in only one direction onstage. The key to making this giant puppet's human legs look reptilian was to have the actors hunch down and walk backwards instead of knees-forward. (Produced in 2008 by Theater Works, Peoria AZ. Directed by Jim Gradillas.)

The crocodile (I named him Ruffles) for "Peter Pan," for which I used mostly old mattress foam and hot glue. He only needed half a body in his midsection, because he traveled in only one direction onstage. The key to making this giant puppet's human legs look reptilian was to have the actors hunch down and walk backwards instead of knees-forward. (Produced in 2008 by Theater Works, Peoria AZ. Directed by Jim Gradillas.)

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