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O is for Optical

So our eyes are the main reason the world is like it is today, why the use of different shades of colors to convey different meanings matters so much, why attention to intricate detail is a big priority in the end, why photography, television, or movies even exist. 382 more words


Lines of Blaschko


My poetry tends to be
anatomically correct

I don’t mean it follows
blueprints of form

Cobbled together
by other poets –

Sonnet, Ghazel, Haiku, 94 more words

Weekly Poems


‘Sit upright on a block. Feel sitting bones touching the block.

Can’t feel? Move butt flesh away. Find them? Yes they are.

Touch your Sacrum. It is the triangle bone at the center of your butt. 75 more words


N is for Nose

Don’t be a nosy Rosie. Keep your nose out other people’s business. Got your nose. Keep your nose to the grindstone.

These are just a couple of common sayings people have used that wordplay on our device of smell. 142 more words


Research: George Stubbs

Look at the skeletal structure of the cat, dog or horse.  Research the anatomical drawings of George Stubbs (1724-1806), and consider how these inform Stubbs’s finished pieces.

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06 Drawing Animals

7 Useless Body Parts You Didn’t Know You Had by...

7 Useless Body Parts You Didn’t Know You Had

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Your body is weirder than you think!

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SAM & The End Of Module 2

We’ve come to the end of Module 2, so we’re all done with locomotion, and it’s gone by so quickly! It was also our last PBL session of year 1 this week, but I don’t feel as sad about it as I did this time last year during the foundation year, because with a month of secondary care placement coming up, I know I’ll still see my PBL group a lot. 358 more words

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