Thanks for the links! I think I have that image already saved
The video answered some questions regarding the lacrimal/inf nasal concha I had, so I will continue with that area next. It would be cool to print out each bone in the end and add magnets like in the video!
Skullsunlimited.com sell real human bones. I'm tempted to get some, $10 for a set of real human carpal bones, $12 for set of phalanges! I'm still not sure about ordering though, don't know how I feel about having real human bones in the apartment. Maybe they'll bring some voodoo magic down on me! o_O Nah, jokes aside, I'm getting some carpals and vertebraes as soon as I have some money to spare for it! ;D
Hehe, I had mixed up the words in my memory, was thinking podiatric. I hear you on the reference situation. This would've been so much easier with the real thing next to you. But you learn a lot by studying tons of references that one model can't show you. Which are the more common form variations, also relative to age.. etc etc. I guess only through studying as many examples as possible we can get an idea of what definitely is more out of the ordinary. I always find myself wonder about the reason for each shape and want to know more and more and get frustrated that it is such an mission to attain information and answers to all the questions that come up. I want also an anatomy professor to shower with questions..!
Thanks for the kuadro link, looks like a neat little app that might become useful.
Poly modelling definitely has its charm. Haven't tried it in zbrush yet though.
Anyway, jumping in bed. I will try to post here more regularly from now on!
Did some fixing of the pelvis since last post.