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Great 3D model for canine articulation

Discussion in 'Skulls and Skeletons' started by deadperfecttaxidermy, Jan 21, 2017.

  1. I have been using these websites for articulation and have found them very helpful. If anyone is looking for reference for canidae articulation I suggest checking them out!

    http://www.onlineveterinaryanatomy.net/university-bristol
    http://www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/vetneuro/VCA3/vca.html
     
  2. Muncher

    Muncher Member

    The Bristol University dog skeleton is amazing. Just the job for a complete all-round View
     

  3. The second link caught me off guard but otherwise a fascinating and great reference tool! The 3D skeleton will defiantly help me with some Canidae skeletons! Thanks for sharing!
     
  4. chrisharig761

    chrisharig761 New Member

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    Animals often become objects of work visualizers, while not every 3d rendering studio can provide a truly high-quality result. Meanwhile, real and fictional animals are often planned as participants in a project, and to make this character attractive, it is necessary to do a great job.