Sculpted by Dan Crossland for 3dtotal, the female figure is produced to the same standards as the original male statue, and also to scale. Cast in the same neutral grey resin, together the models will make fantastic desktop companions!
Introducing the second model in a range of affordable anatomy reference figures for traditional and digital artists alike...
The female anatomical reference figure is the second model to grace artists' desks and workspaces around the world, giving everyone a chance to develop their anatomy skills without paying a hefty price tag.
Whether you're a traditional or digital artist, work in 2D or 3D, or simply like to fill your desk with nice things, the female anatomical figure will be an invaluable addition to your world. The statue is cast in gray resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flow of the muscles easy to see and understand. One half of the model shows full skin, while the other is a clear and detailed dissection revealing muscle structure.
Sculpted by Dan Crossland for 3dtotal, the female figure is produced to the same standards as the original male statue, and also to scale. We calculated that our female would be around 5% shorter than our male in the real world, making her 265mm tall, minus the base (our male is 297mm, minus the base). Cast in the same neutral grey resin, together the models will make fantastic desktop companions!
Take care of your Anatomy Figure and do not leave in direct sunlight or discolouration may occur.
Get 2 reference postcards, plus a "making the most of your anatomy figure" video free with your order!
If you are a school, university or other centre for education, and would like to enquire about purchasing our range of anatomical models in bulk, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cast in neutral gray resin
Weight approx 250 grams
Side-by-side comparison: full skin/muscle flow