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Human Body Help

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Tim_Cocking, Aug 29, 2007.

  1. Tim_Cocking

    Tim_Cocking New commenter

    Hey all

    Has anyone got, or know where to download a human body template? Not just the standard one, but one where the limbs are segmented and then joined back together with split pins to allow movement.

    Does that really make sense??

    Think 'artist's manequin', but 2D

    Please help! I used to have one, but moved school and lost loads of stuff.

    Thanks for anyone that can help and understand.
     
  2. Tim_Cocking

    Tim_Cocking New commenter

    Hey all

    Has anyone got, or know where to download a human body template? Not just the standard one, but one where the limbs are segmented and then joined back together with split pins to allow movement.

    Does that really make sense??

    Think 'artist's manequin', but 2D

    Please help! I used to have one, but moved school and lost loads of stuff.

    Thanks for anyone that can help and understand.
     
  3. Tim_Cocking

    Tim_Cocking New commenter

    Thinks, but not what I needed - good link though.

    You kinda cut out foot, claf, thigh, torso, upper and lower arms and head then join them together with split-pins to make a moveable figure.

    Any other ideas?
     
  4. I have one that's a skeleton if that's any use? The skull, rib cage and spine, upper arm, lower arm, hand, upper leg, lower leg and feet are all seperate pieces with holes for the split pins.
     
  5. inq

    inq

    There is one on SMART gallery - type in skeleton - if you've got a SMART IWB.
     
  6. Tim_Cocking

    Tim_Cocking New commenter

    Thanks inq - no smartboard (yet)

    Sarahlou - Closest yet - thanks loads!

    Christine - I'll have aopy of that if you don't mind.

    tim_cocking@yahoo.co.uk

    Keep em coming though!!
     
  7. iamsarahlou..the link to the split pin skeleton is fab! Thanks loads x
     
  8. Tim_Cocking

    Tim_Cocking New commenter

    Thanks all - resorted to drawing one!
     
  9. Tim_Cocking

    Tim_Cocking New commenter

    Not quite - but a collegue of mine will find it useful for D&T

    Oooooh cross-curricular posting!
     
  10. caterpillar

    caterpillar New commenter

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