Scans that prove Leonardo da Vinci was right all along: New show reveals 'startling accuracy' of anatomical sketches which lay undiscovered for hundreds of years
Leonardo da Vinci's depiction of the bones, muscles and tendons of the hand, c.1510-11 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2292206/The-startling-accuracy-Leonardo-da-Vincis-anatomical-sketches-revealed-comparison-modern-medical-scans.html
Through the hands-on process of exposing layer after layer of anatomical illustrations, flap books mimic the act of human dissection, inviting the viewer to participate in a virtual autopsy, so to speak.
Artodyssey: Sylvie Guillot Amazing use of line to create form. Strong command of human anatomy knowledge, the way the artist exaggerates certain areas of the body helps to emphasize the model's turned away pose. Use of complementary blues and oranges is a great way of creating form and value without over rendering the figure.