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Anatomically Correct Skeletons Of Famous Cartoon Characters That Will Blow Your Mind

Almost all of us grow up enjoying cartoons and loving their adorable characters. And even though you haven’t watched these movies before, you might have seen their well-known animated casts here and there sometimes. However, there is something that you definitely have not seen – their skeletons! Not the clothes patterning skeletons, really, are anatomical ones of their frame!

Luís Rogério Faria Rosa, a talented 46-year-old Brazilian artist, created skeletal paradigms of 11 famous cartoon characters to make your draw drop. Based on human skeletons, he used Photoshop to edit those materials to fit the recognizable shapes of the casts. From creations featuring the Simpsons to the skeleton of Donald Duck, they all look so real that you immediately see the connections between the original versions and the presentations.

So, let’s scroll down and check this brilliant series of Luís Rogério Faria Rosa out! It is quirky but fascinating to know how the bony structures of your favorite characters look!

#1 Phineas (Phineas And Ferb)

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#2 Stewie Griffin (Family Guy)

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#3 Dexter (Dexter’s Laboratory)

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#4 Timmy Turner (The Fairly Odd Parents)

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#5 Donald (Donald Duck)

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#6 Nick (Big Mouth)

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#7 Eric Cartman (South Park)

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#8 Bart (The Simpsons)

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#9 Fred (The Flintstones)

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#10 Captain Caveman (Captain Caveman And The Teen Angels)

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#11 Dick Dastardly (Wacky Races)

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