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    Posable 22" Skeleton

    created by ChokingHaza on 2012.01.29

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    This lego design is a fully posable skeleton with articulated head, jaw, shoulders, elbows, wrists, fingers, waist, legs, knees, ankles, and toes. While not entirely anatomically correct, this 22" tall skeleton manages to incorporate lots of realistic details, including all 10 fingers and toes at the smallest scale possible.

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    Technic ball joints and cylinder hinges allow for dynamic posing, like a Lotus pose or battle stance.

    *Note: Battle stance pose pictured above was originally photographed with an older design that has since been improved.

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    A skeleton also makes a great blank canvas, so adding just a few accessories can can give it a whole new persona. Just add an eyepatch and a gold tooth for a Pirate, or a mustache for a Bandito, or even light up eyes and a scythe for the Grim Reaper, just a few of the infinite possibilities!

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    Or, use for a more scientific approach, like this anatomy skeleton complete with veins and organs...

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    Visit my blog and Flickr page for more information, pictures, and instructions to build your own skull like the one shown above. Thanks for looking, and please support this design!

    Blog here:
    http://chokinghazards.blogspot.com/

    Flickr here:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/choking_hazards/
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