If Cartoon Characters Were Skeletonized

Ever wonder what the insides of your favorite cartoon characters looked like? Uh, me neither, but Michael Paulus did, which is why we have this rather bizarre series of illustrations that do just that.

He takes the exaggerated proportions of various animals and humans from our favorite series and strips off all flesh so we can see how they might be put together if they actually existed in a world that required them to have skeletons to function.

From Tweety Bird to the Powerpuff Girls (those eyes!) you can check out his twisted experiments below:


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  1. I would say that the Flintstones ones are appropriate. They are supposed to be cavemen so misshapen skulls and disproportionate bodies kind of work.

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