Adaptable male figure

Whether you are looking to improve your mastery of hand poses (notoriously an area of difficulty for artists) or develop more accurate dynamic poses for your characters, the larger scale of the adaptable male figure will allow you to see muscle structure and flow of the skin surface in more detail. Not only is this outstanding versatile resource taller than our existing references, standing at 34 cm in height (without a base), but many of the parts are changeable.

These include:

  • two different torsos, making it possible for you to examine muscles such as the trapezius and deltoid sets when an arm is raised
  • six arms in varying poses, allowing you to consider how skin wrinkles and folds at the elbow joint and learn from seeing clenched and unclenched hands
  • three changeable heads, giving you the option to study from planar head, realistic and detailed skull, and half-écorché and half-skin references.

Male & female planar busts

Drawing and sculpting the human face from a photo reference or life can be tricky, particularly when you are trying to create an original concept or composition. There are so many curved and organic surfaces to consider and portray, meaning it can be easy to lose your way in your work or become frustrated. For years artists have been making this process more straightforward by working from planar references. The male and female planar busts are designed to help you portray accurate proportions and offer a reference that can be used to generate many different character concepts or artworks for years to come. By lighting the planar reference from different directions or holding it at a slightly different angle you can generate an endless array of lighting conditions and points of view. This would be almost impossible with a photo reference or when drawing from life. The possibilities of what you can achieve with these busts are therefore endless.


Male planar bust

Drawing and sculpting the human face from a photo reference or life can be tricky, particularly when you are trying to create an original concept or composition. There are so many curved and organic surfaces to consider and portray, meaning it can be easy to lose your way in your work or become frustrated. For years artists have been making this process more straightforward by working from planar references.The male planar bust is designed to help you portray accurate proportions and offer a reference that can be used to generate many different character concepts or artworks for years to come. By lighting the planar reference from different directions or holding it at a slightly different angle you can generate an endless array of lighting conditions and points of view. This would be almost impossible with a photo reference or when drawing from life. The possibilities of what you can achieve with this bust are therefore endless.


FeMale planar bust

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Drawing and sculpting the human face from a photo reference or life can be tricky, particularly when you are trying to create an original concept or composition. There are so many curved and organic surfaces to consider and portray, meaning it can be easy to lose your way in your work or become frustrated. For years artists have been making this process more straightforward by working from planar references. The female planar bust is designed to help you portray accurate proportions and offer a reference that can be used to generate many different character concepts or artworks for years to come. By lighting the planar reference from different directions or holding it at a slightly different angle you can generate an endless array of lighting conditions and points of view. This would be almost impossible with a photo reference or when drawing from life. The possibilities of what you can achieve with this bust are therefore endless.


female écorché figure

Whether you use pencil and paper, paintbrushes, clay, or any form of digital art software, our figures will be invaluable if you want to understand the form and structure of human anatomy. The female écorché reference figure is a neutrally posed, athletic build female standing at 10.5-inches tall. The size and low price tag make this model a perfect desktop reference, while also maintaining all the detail you'll need.

The figure has been sculpted for 3dtotal by Dan Crossland, printed using a top quality 3D printer by Ownage, and then cast in grey resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flowof the muscles easy to see and understand.


Female full-skin figure

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Whether you use pencil and paper, paintbrushes, clay, or any form of digital art software, our figures will be invaluable if you want to understand the form and structure of human anatomy. The female full-skin reference figure is a neutrally posed, athletic build female standing at 10.5-inches tall. The size and low price tag make this model a perfect desktop reference, while also maintaining all the detail you'll need.

The figure has been sculpted for 3dtotal by Dan Crossland, printed using a top quality 3D printer by Ownage, and then cast in grey resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flow of the skin and forms easy to see and understand.


3 piece set of female figures

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Whether you use pencil and paper, paintbrushes, clay, or any form of digital art software, our figures will be invaluable if you want to understand the form and structure of human anatomy. The female écorché, skin and planar reference figures are neutrally posed, athletic build females standing at 10.5-inches tall. The size and low price tag make these models perfect desktop references, while also maintaining all the detail you'll need.

The figure has been sculpted for 3dtotal by Dan Crossland, printed using a top quality 3D printer by Ownage, and then cast in grey resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flow of the muscles easy to see and understand.


3 piece set of male figures

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Whether you use pencil and paper, paintbrushes, clay, or any form of digital art software, our figures will be invaluable if you want to understand the form and structure of human anatomy. The male écorché, skin and planar reference figures are neutrally posed, athletic build males standing at 11-inches tall. The size and low price tag make these models perfect desktop references, while also maintaining all the detail you'll need.

The figure has been sculpted for 3dtotal by Dan Crossland, printed using a top quality 3D printer by Ownage, and then cast in grey resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flow of the muscles easy to see and understand.


Female planar figure

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Whether you use pencil and paper, paintbrushes, clay, or any form of digital art software, our figures will be invaluable if you want to understand the form and structure of human anatomy. The female planar reference figure is a neutrally posed, athletic build female standing at 10.5-inches tall. The size and low price tag make this model a perfect desktop reference, while also maintaining all the detail you'll need.

The figure has been sculpted for 3dtotal by Dan Crossland, printed using a top quality 3D printer by Ownage, and then cast in grey resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flow of the shapes and forms easy to see and understand. The planar version is perfect for artists looking to visualise the human body in its simplest forms, and is great for light and shading studies, as well as for 3D artists looking for better understanding of the shapes and volumes that build up the body.


Male full-skin figure

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Whether you use pencil and paper, paintbrushes, clay, or any form of digital art software, our figures will be invaluable if you want to understand the form and structure of human anatomy. The male full-skin reference figure is a neutrally posed, athletic build male standing at 11-inches tall. The size and low price tag make this model a perfect desktop reference, while also maintaining all the detail you'll need.

The figure has been sculpted for 3dtotal by Dan Crossland, printed using a top quality 3D printer by Ownage, and then cast in grey resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flow of the skin and forms easy to see and understand.


male écorché figure

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Whether you use pencil and paper, paintbrushes, clay, or any form of digital art software, our figures will be invaluable if you want to understand the form and structure of human anatomy. The male écorché reference figure is a neutrally posed, athletic build male standing at 11-inches tall. The size and low price tag make this model a perfect desktop reference, while also maintaining all the detail you'll need.

The figure has been sculpted for 3dtotal by Dan Crossland, printed using a top quality 3D printer by Ownage, and then cast in grey resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flow of the muscles easy to see and understand.


Male planar figure

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Whether you use pencil and paper, paintbrushes, clay, or any form of digital art software, our figures will be invaluable if you want to understand the form and structure of human anatomy. The male planar reference figure is a neutrally posed, athletic build male standing at 11-inches tall. The size and low price tag make this model a perfect desktop reference, while also maintaining all the detail you'll need.

The figure has been sculpted for 3dtotal by Dan Crossland, printed using a top quality 3D printer by Ownage, and then cast in grey resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flow of the forms and shapes easy to see and understand. The planar version is perfect for artists looking to visualise the human body in its simplest forms, and is great for light and shading studies, as well as for 3D artists looking for better understanding of the shapes and volumes that build up the body.


Female figure

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Whether you're a traditional or digital artist, work in 2D or 3D, or simply like to fill your desk with nice things, the female anatomical figure will be an invaluable addition to your world. The statue is cast in gray resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flow of the muscles easy to see and understand. One half of the model shows full skin, while the other is a clear and detailed dissection revealing muscle structure.

Sculpted by Dan Crossland for 3dtotal, the female figure is produced to the same standards as the original male statue, and also to scale. We calculated that our female would be around 5% shorter than our male in the real world, making her 265mm tall, minus the base (our male is 297mm, minus the base). Cast in the same neutral grey resin, together the models will make fantastic desktop 


Male figure

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Whether you use pencil and paper, paintbrushes, clay, or any form of digital art software, our figures will be invaluable if you want to understand the form and structure of human anatomy. Our first figure is a neutrally posed, athletic build male standing at 11 inches tall. This size and low price tag makes this model a perfect desktop reference, while also maintaining all the detail you'll need.

The figure has been sculpted for 3dtotal by Federico Scarbini and Dan Crossland, printed using a top quality 3D printer by Ownage, and then cast in grey resin to make the variation in the surfaces and directional flow of the muscles easy to see and understand. One half of the model shows full skin, while the other is a clear and detailed dissection revealing muscle structure.