Artist Shows the Inside and the Outside
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)
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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?