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Artist Creates Anatomically Correct Versions Of Cartoon Characters' Skeletons

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Artist Creates Anatomically Correct Versions Of Cartoon Characters' Skeletons

A Brazilian artist has creating some fascinating drawings that show the skeletons of various characters from cartoons in all of their anatomically correct glory.

OK, maybe glory isn't exactly the correct word for this, because some of them are the stuff of nightmares, but it's interesting, nonetheless.

46-year-old Luis Rogério Faria Rosa has re-imagined some of the world's most popular characters from animated shows and left nothing left for re-interpretation.

For every gigantic tooth and misshapen head that we might take for granted, he's shown it in stark reality, and proved how deformed they actually are.

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Have you - for example - ever wondered what Stewie Griffin's skull might look like, or Timmy from Fairly Odd Parents gigantic teeth?

Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa
Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa

Well, wonder no more, because Luis has covered all of that ground for us.

First up, there's Fred Flintstone from The Flintstones.

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He's probably amongst the most normal looking of the bunch, also he lived in prehistoric times, so we might expect him to look a bit more like a Neanderthal.

However, as we've mentioned, there's absolutely nothing normal about the size of Stewie Griffin from Family Guy's head.

We all recognise the rugby ball shape, but when exposed as a skeletal form it really hits home.

Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa
Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa
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Whilst we're on the subject of bizarrely shaped heads, let's have a quick glance at Phineas from Phineas and Ferb.

His head is more triangular, but no less archetypally terrifying than Stewie's when rendered down to the bare bones.

Again, as we've mentioned, Timmy Turner from Fairly Odd Parents has those gigantic front teeth, but then no other gnashers to mention.

Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa
Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa
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The back of his skull might give us an idea of how that precariously placed cap stays on, though.

Beloved South Park star Eric Cartman is another that receives the treatment, and his squat, bulbous skeleton is enough to get anyone off the couch and doing a couple of exercises.

Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa
Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa

Oddly enough, Bart Simpson is another of the more normal offerings that Luis has served up here, but then he's only got four fingers and another huge cranium.

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It's all very strange, and once you've seen it, it's hard to forget about it.

Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa
Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa

So thanks, Luis. You've taken beloved characters from our childhood and changed them into something that is really quite disturbing.

If you want to see more of Luis' work, you can visit his profiles on YouTube, and Deviant Art.

Featured Image Credit: Luis Rogério Faria Rosa

Topics: TV and Film, Art, Interesting, US Entertainment, Weird

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