Artist Shows the Inside and the Outside

@Corbin5 (130262)
United States
February 10, 2019 10:25am CST
Artist Jason Freeny does a lot of his art using computer-generated imagery. Jason is also a talented sculptor and designer of toys. Jason Freeny is well-known for his anatomical art which truly is a mix of art, science, and design. Jason creates cutaway sculptures and drawings, most of which are animated cartoon characters with whom most of us are quite familiar. A Barbie doll, Nemo the fish, Hello Kitty, Bugs Bunny, Popeye the Sailor, Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, and a host of other well-known animated characters, are sculpted so that one-half of the cartoon character shows what is on the outside of the animated character and the other half shows the anatomy of the cartoon character. For kids who are thinking of becoming a doctor, veterinarian, scientist, nurse, or are just interested in anatomy, Jason's anatomical figures will be of great interest to them. Jason's animated figures that show the inside and the outside of the character are not mass produced. Jason sculpts each figure all by himself. Photo: Mickey Mouse (new.1xrun)
The Anatomy Of Your Favorite Childhood Toys Revealed By Jason Freeny What’s inside your favorite animated characters? Jason Freeny thinks he knows as he make...
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@amadeo (84292)
• United States
10 Feb
same here.I be creeped out.lol
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
10 Feb
Quite weird, to me.
@amadeo (84292)
• United States
10 Feb
@Corbin5 very weird there Deb.How do you sleep at night
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
@amadeo I sleep quite well. I just think of flowers and sunshine before sleep.
@DianneN (103099)
• United States
10 Feb
My grandson wants to be a scientist or a doctor like his great grandfather, but this may scare him off his love of Disney. Best to wait until he's older.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
10 Feb
Would not want to ruin Mickey Mouse for anyone.
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@alberello75 (20807)
• Genova, Italy
10 Feb
Dear Deborah. Well, first of all, congratulations to the one who has this ability in using the computer. But I have to admit, however, that this way, or even more, is the real way to use a PC! It makes non-sense to spend even € 2000, to buy a computer, and limit ourself to using Facebook (for example), which can also be done via cell phone! I see on them, really wasting money! But, for those who can use money like toilet paper, ok, go ahead! Are you okay with me?
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@jstory07 (75090)
• Roseburg, Oregon
10 Feb
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
10 Feb
Makes sense to me.
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@alberello75 (20807)
• Genova, Italy
11 Feb
@Corbin5 @jstory07 Exactly both of you, understand the concept, what it means to use the computer, in its very purpose.
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@MALUSE (48007)
• Uzbekistan
10 Feb
I'm not sure that children will like these strange creatures.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
10 Feb
I suppose those interested in anatomy, not a large group, may find these of interest.
@CarolDM (15475)
• United States
10 Feb
What a great video, I love YouTube!
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
10 Feb
YouTube sure does come in handy at times!
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@CarolDM (15475)
• United States
10 Feb
@Corbin5 Yes indeed.
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• Agra, India
10 Feb
Wow...this is a great art.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
10 Feb
It is quite unique.
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• Agra, India
11 Feb
@Corbin5 yep...and great imagination as well
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@Tampa_girl7 (28078)
• United States
10 Feb
It is not my cup of tea, but I'm sure that they would appeal to some.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
10 Feb
They are unique. Takes a certain type of mind to think of doing that.
@andriaperry (69730)
• Anniston, Alabama
10 Feb
Now that is interesting artwork.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
10 Feb
It really is quite unique.
@snowy22315 (60349)
• United States
10 Feb
Hmm, now that is different!
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
10 Feb
Definitely a unique form of art.
@Juliaacv (37768)
• Canada
10 Feb
Something like this would be really ideal for a child suffering from a condition. It might help them understand things a little bit better-plus IT IS Mickey!
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
10 Feb
Anything Mickey does seem acceptable.
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@LadyDuck (201273)
• Switzerland
11 Feb
I do not believe it's something I would show to a kid, it's creepy.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
If I knew a child was quite interested in anatomy, then I would give one of these to that child.
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@LadyDuck (201273)
• Switzerland
12 Feb
@Corbin5 My brother would have appreciated, since he was very young he want to become a doctor and this is what he did.
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@Shavkat (70149)
• Philippines
11 Feb
I think it is cool. It is quite fine as compared to the real human's anatomy.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
Yes, I think it is quite educational for a child.
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@Shavkat (70149)
• Philippines
12 Feb
@Corbin5 Sometimes we still need to guide them when seeing such educational programs for kiddies.
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@cintol (9550)
• United States
11 Feb
Well that puts a whole new light on these characters doesn't it, I will never see Mickey the same again!!
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
For me, I will never see Nemo the same again.
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@cintol (9550)
• United States
11 Feb
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@Hannihar (52112)
11 Feb
@Corbin5 He is very very talented.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
Yes, he does have a gift.
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@Hannihar (52112)
12 Feb
@Corbin5 Yes I am with you. He certainly has a gift.
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@JudyEv (153346)
• Bunbury, Australia
11 Feb
They look a bit strange but I guess you'd get used to them.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
I think for kids who have an interest in anatomy, these would be of interest.
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@JudyEv (153346)
• Bunbury, Australia
12 Feb
@Corbin5 That's true. And they would learn a lot from these.
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@ivanituut (2010)
10 Feb
I hope itwill not scare kids :)
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
I think kids will be fine with it.
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@ivanituut (2010)
13 Feb
@Corbin5 I hope so
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11 Feb
The person who is like him is having a sharp imagination and are gifted.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
I think you are right about that.
@sofssu (21526)
11 Feb
He is indeed an artist of great skill to combine science, art and design into his creations.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
Yes, he has a marvelous talent.
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@Janet357 (8466)
11 Feb
Very talented. This is the talent that i dont have.
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
I also do not have this talent.
@BelleStarr (41389)
• United States
11 Feb
Yes that is a bit weird, I don't think I need to see that lol
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@Corbin5 (130262)
• United States
11 Feb
It would be interesting to a child who has an interest in anatomy.
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