Detailed 3D Illustrations Of Anatomically Correct Cartoon Character Skulls Labeled As Scientific Specimens – Design You Trust

Detailed 3D Illustrations Of Anatomically Correct Cartoon Character Skulls Labeled As Scientific Specimens

Prague 3D illustrator Filip Hodas, aka hoodass (previously), has created “Cartoon Fossils”, a brilliant series of highly detailed 3D illustrations that show the anatomically correct skulls of famous cartoon characters as labeled scientific specimens.

“I always enjoyed creating skulls. I decided to combine my skull passion with 3D and some of my favourite childhood cartoon characters.”

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