11 ‘Anatomically Correct’ Skeletons Of Cartoon Characters By Brazilian Artist Luís Rogério Faria Rosa
Luís Rogério Faria Rosa is a self-taught Brazilian artist who recently decided to take on some of our favorite cartoon characters in a unique way – by recreating them as skeletons. And he made sure to pay attention to all of the little details that make each character unique.
In a recent interview with Bored Panda, the artist said he has been very observant in the details ever since he was a child. He noticed that some body parts of the characters anatomically did not correspond to normal, and wondered what kind of skeletons their bodies might be hiding. “Today’s cartoons abuse even more contours that would be difficult to exist in a human or animal form,” explained Luís. “So, with that in mind, I chose some characters from current drawings and others that have been well known for decades and decided to imagine if they had skeletons.”