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A teacher in Taiwan uses his artistic ability for anatomy lesson. /r/ALL

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u/LordDinglebury 5d ago

“Professor, can we go home? It’s 3 am.”

“No! I’m not done yet.”

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u/BeersRemoveYears 5d ago

You haven’t even drawn the femur yet...

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u/Paulo_De_Bruyne 5d ago

Hold on kids I just need to draw the skull, ribcage, vertebral column, upper limb, lower limb, pectoral girdle, pelvic girdle and all this from superior, inferior, ventral dorsal, medial and lateral sides. One day job, max.

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u/Steve1924 5d ago

Whoops, looks like I forgot to draw the fracture crack lines.

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u/thatguyned 5d ago

comes into classroom the next day to find janitor has "cleaned his blackboard" to help him in his lesson the next day

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u/GoodGuyBuddyBoy 5d ago

Bruh

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u/southern_boy 5d ago

Ashes to ashes, chalk dust to chalk dust

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u/Inkedcatdad27 5d ago

Haha! I'm a janitor at a college and every year during orientation a mural is drawn on the whiteboard where I work (the whiteboard is from floor to ceiling tall and the janitor before I started working at my current job erased the whole mural, so the student had to re-do the whole thing over

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u/b1rd 5d ago

Is…that why they got a new janitor?

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u/fholcan 5d ago

The next next day

"Starting from today we'll have a real skeleton to study from, generously donated by our janitor"

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u/TheBurningMaul 5d ago

Starts over Hmm nobody is here anymore

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u/AchEn35 5d ago

“Oh wait, class. Those were meant to be suture lines. Let’s start over.”

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u/TrepanationBy45 5d ago

Ooh! And then my favorite part is when I do all the shading at the end! It feels like it completely transforms the art- I mean diagram! Just wait, it'll be worth it I promise!

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u/ark__n 5d ago

Oh someone erased the board yesterday. Let me start all over again

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u/noobydoo67 5d ago

Students now wishing for death by PowerPoint

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u/OperatorJo_ 5d ago

God please no never again

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u/RetordedNogger 5d ago

I was gonna comment something about how he wouldn't be able to get much information through, if he had to draw all that.

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u/HAMIL7ON 5d ago edited 4d ago

I am guessing it would make sense to talk about that part of the anatomy as he is drawing it, gives it a visual to go along with the narrative.

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u/zh1K476tt9pq 5d ago

still pretty inefficient. if he is talking while drawing then he is basically just talking to the wall.

also drawing it doesn't really add anything. even a simple power point presentation could do the same

this feels like the guy just wants to draw shit

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u/ThrowRAqwertyui 5d ago

He teaches Illustration, Anatomy of Arts and Painting Skill at the Department of Visual Communication Design of Shu-Te University. They all want to draw shit.

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u/50percentawful 5d ago

Yes thank you, as soon as I saw this I was transported right back to fine art school. Knew this was for illustration immediately. People in here talking like he's an inefficient medical doctor trying to teach niche biology lmao. At this stage it's literally more about just proportions.

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u/bigtiddyenergy 5d ago

I haven't been in an biological anatomy class, but to me this looks more like an anatomy class for art students. The guy is using everything on dot as is taught to art students in an anatomy class with the 8-head approach, to the placement of everything like the eye line, nose line, dividing the skull into halves, the arcs dividing the wrist/knuckles/fingers. That's line to line exactly as I was taught. It helps art students more with the visual knowledge of the whole drawing process rather than with just anatomical references, atleast ones who are students.

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u/kultureisrandy 5d ago

He didn't double major for nothing

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u/AboutHelpTools3 5d ago

Reminds me of a guy at work who spends ages doing tiny shit and prides himself for his “attention to detail” when in reality he’s just procrastinating.

Not saying that’s what this teacher is doing.

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u/ThrowRAqwertyui 5d ago

He is a teaches illustration. Ofc it makes sense to show the process.

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u/madiranjag 5d ago

Exactly, with PowerPoint you could zoom in and isolate a particular bone, show a real photograph, use videos. These are nice illustrations but not particularly useful educationally

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u/ThrowRAqwertyui 5d ago

He is a teacher of illustration. His name is Chuan-Bin Chung and he teaches Illustration, Anatomy of Arts and Painting Skill at the Department of Visual Communication Design of Shu-Te University

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u/Meezor 5d ago

So the title should be "An art teacher in Taiwan uses his artistic ability for an art lesson"?

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u/ThrowRAqwertyui 5d ago

Yes, that's better.

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u/Ifromjipang 5d ago

An art teacher in Taiwan uses his anatomical knowledge for an art lesson.

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u/Lowelll 5d ago

"Anatomy lesson" is perfectly reasonable for an art class, but yeah the title is misleading

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u/conancat 5d ago

anatomy is a critical art subject, studying human form is foundational for art students.

Some of Leonardo Da Vinci's most famous works were the sketches he made when he dissected 30 cadavers to study them.

https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/article/leonardo-da-vinci-anatomy-dissection/

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u/MIERDAPORQUE 5d ago

No no, let the experts tell it like it is

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u/theLeverus 5d ago

Probably drew the skellies before class as prep.

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u/mycatisabrat 5d ago

He should put that caption in a balloon quote on the smiley skeleton.

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u/siqiniq 5d ago

Final exam: draw and name all bones on this blank paper. You have 6 hours.

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u/newfor_2021 5d ago

I know, right? why waste the students' time drawing and writing all this stuff when you can just flash a slide deck on a screen or tell them to look at a picture in the book

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u/Faustias 5d ago

Wait til he maps all of blood vessels

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u/Bbrhuft 5d ago edited 5d ago

This literally happened at a public geology lecture I was at a few years ago.

The guy was an expert on the geology of central America - Caribbean. He spoke for just over 2 hours, very technical talk. I was able to keep up with it, but it was supposed to be aimed at beginners. It was also supposed to be a 1 hour talk, leaving enough time for drinks at a nearby by pub.

He only stopped when the university's building's usher, a woman well know for being strict, stood next to him for the last ten minutes of his talk and finally threatened to switch off the lights. He would have kept going otherwise. We all left and got the last bus home.

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u/nukuuu 5d ago

"No, I steel need a femur hours"

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u/ThrowRAqwertyui 5d ago

He is a teacher of illustration. His name is Chuan-Bin Chung and he teaches Illustration, Anatomy of Arts and Painting Skill at the Department of Visual Communication Design of Shu-Te University. Don't worry, he is not wasting anyone's precious time b showing off his drawing skills. He is doing his job, that is, to teach drawing.

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u/a-toadstool 5d ago

I was going to say, if just trying to teach anatomy, there’s a billion images online that you can read and zoom in on parts

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u/justsomeaccountnotx 5d ago

Oh and I thought he was a science teacher just flexing his skills 😂

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u/Kwelikinz 5d ago edited 5d ago

I had a professor like that at Cal State University at Northridge. Ed Scheeler. He taught physiology. He was soft spoken but drew amazingly well. He was completely organized and and broke down the systems of the body with such precision, it was actually a feat not to understand. We had 105 students in our class and it was packed every class. I still remember lots of things decades later. He dressed like a mortician and rarely laughed but he was one of my favorite teachers in life. A visual learner’s dream.

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u/JWGhetto 5d ago

Sonds like something that should be preserved in video form

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u/Redditisforpussie 5d ago

There are, lots of those teachers realized their knowledge should be preserved on video and made them themselves to sell. Look up villpu and steve hudson.

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u/MangoidBrubone 5d ago

lots of those teachers realized their knowledge should be preserved on video

:D

and made them themselves to sell.

:l

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u/vendetta2115 5d ago edited 5d ago

I don’t mind professors selling reasonably-priced videos of them teaching subjects in which they have expertise. That’s a valuable product and they’ve spent a lot of time and money on their education in order to learn that subject and have the experience to effectively teach it to others. Lots of them release videos for free, like Nobel Laureate Richard Feynman’s physics lectures so you can typically find a free, high-quality video lecture for virtually any subject if you don’t want to pay for it.

In addition to all the free stuff, Curiosity Stream has a fuckton of great lectures on virtually every subject and it’s super cheap, like a couple dollars per month. I got lost in a 12-hour lecture series about supernovae a little while back. Also I think if you have Amazon Prime you get Curiosity Stream for free through Prime Video, though I haven’t verified that.

It’s a hell of a lot better than some professor writing a textbook, charging $250 for it, and making it mandatory for his class but never actually changing anything of substance every time he “updates” it with a new edition every semester or includes a mandatory single-use online code for homework to ensure that all 600 of his students have to buy the latest version and the previous versions can’t be resold because they’re now worthless. That’s the real shitbaggery in paid educational tools. I’ll throw in industry certification stuff like the SANS courses while I’m at it. They’ve realized that 95% of their clientele are people who are taking their courses through work, so they can overcharge the hell out of people and still get paid because it’s “industry standard. A weeklong class with 60 other people in it costs like $6,000, and the certification exam (which isn’t included already somehow?) can cost another $1,500 or so, which basically means you need to be employed to get training, but you need training to be employed. It sucks.

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u/DivineLawnmower 5d ago

Bills to pay, mouths to feed, there ain't nothing in this world for free.

Don't put people down for getting by.

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u/Somni_um 5d ago

I see you’re also a fan of Cage the Elephant

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u/Mt_Arreat 5d ago

You don’t think people should be rewarded for spending a lifetime amassing useful knowledge and then sharing it? Academics often don’t get paid very well.

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u/Not-A-SoggyBagel 5d ago

Teachers unfortunately don't get paid as much as they should. Most of my friends who are teachers have multiple jobs.

During the summer my friend who's a special ed teacher, also works picking fruit from farms and cooks in hotel kitchens. He takes home almost 30k from his teaching career, he is still paying off his masters degree in his mid 30s. Don't fault teachers for having a side hustle, fault the system.

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u/DreamFun7303 5d ago

You should do your job for free.

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u/Meowww13 5d ago

or via mummification

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u/KateBurningBush 5d ago

and puppetry

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u/jesst 5d ago

I had a teacher like this for geography. He told us at the start of the year not to miss more then three classes or it wouldn’t make sense. He was super organised and would go through everything and it all fit together and made sense. If you went to every class it would be impossible not to understan. The final was a blank map of the world.

He was a hard ass and he had a reputation around the school but it’s been 20 years and My geography is better than most.

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u/actuarythrowaway445 5d ago

Funny how many of us have stories like this. Mine was calculus in college. Soft spoken, super-reserved but drew REALLY well, clearly, and explained things in such a simple way.

Everything you needed was in class, never needed to open up a textbook. But we all learned a fuckton.

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u/Pete_Fo 5d ago

Makes me wonder what my college experience would have been like of anyone gave a shit at any point. That shit sounds fascinating!

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u/Nixtacy 5d ago

I had a substitute teacher named Mr. Cotton. And he told us he was the fabric of our lives. That's the only substitute teachers name I remember to this day.

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u/Wandering_P0tat0 5d ago

I had a substitute teacher a couple times named Mr. Sagetti. We called him Spaghetti, and he hated it.

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u/Cakestripe 5d ago

I'm surprised he hated it. A friend of mine does subbing and his last name sounds similar to Potato Chip - he loves how kids remember him when he comes back because they liked Mister PotatoChip so much. Variations include Mister Chip and Mister Pringle.

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u/Kajmel1 5d ago

At my uni When I see a lecturer who prefers chalkboard or whiteboard over slides from PowerPoint, I know for sure that this lecture gonna be good.

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u/iAmTheHYPE- 5d ago

Didn’t know chalk boards even exist anymore. Can’t remember one class I’ve had that used one. Always been white boards or SMART boards.

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u/Kajmel1 5d ago

I am from Poland and some old lecture halls ( e.g. in preWW2 buildings) still have those. I kinda like the vibe of it.

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u/jstbcuz 5d ago

Gooooooo Matadors!!!!! 🤟🏼

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u/IlliterateJedi 5d ago

He dress like a mortician

What does a mortician dress like?

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u/bruce27ryder 5d ago

When you wanted to be an artist but your parents had different plans.

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u/stygyan 5d ago

Well, he's teaching an art class on anatomy, so…

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u/50percentawful 5d ago

When you wanted to be an artist...so your parents supported you through your fine arts degree until you became a professor of illustration, teaching the next generation. Typical asians teehee

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u/Poultrys 5d ago

Typical Asian Parents hehehe

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u/realartcritic 5d ago

Knowledge of anatomy is within Art.

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u/elkbeach 5d ago

If you're a figure artist it's not only just "within" it, it's an essential fundamental next to gesture and form.

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u/pipichua 5d ago

Da Vinci approved

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u/slizeguy 5d ago

This made me think of Da Vinci dissecting body’s to get a better understand of anatomy

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u/45intheshade 5d ago

Grays Anatomy (the book) is pretty much a staple in the library of any professional artist who draws or paints figures.

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u/constibetta 5d ago

Netters is pretty common too

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u/Cauhs 5d ago

Any butcher would agreed.

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u/JWGhetto 5d ago

Artistic ability is within knowledge. Once you know how to draw the components seperately, and know how they should fit together, their size and proportion to eachother, it's bound to look impressive

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u/7stroke 5d ago

Death Mask

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u/SpecialReserveSmegma 5d ago

Why the fuck is nobody else talking about this

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u/ConnectTheThoughts 5d ago

This is the comment I came looking for.

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u/GoldenGalz 5d ago

Very clean for what looks to be a chalk stick. He’s awesome.

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u/Fluffy-Chemistry4992 5d ago

I was thinking that! Imagine, realising you'd missed something on the right metacarpal and accidentally smudging part of the tibia away.

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u/ihatetheplaceilive 5d ago

I did that with my knee, only instead of the metatarsal it was the femur, and...

Well the only thing similar was my tibia was involved. It was the lateral tibial shelf of my right knee. Surgeon said it was like putting corn flakes back together.

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u/Gnillab 5d ago

Ah, yes. Words.

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u/Beve_Sturke 5d ago

How tf am I supposed to copy down this

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u/50percentawful 5d ago

Well if you're studying illustration like his class is, at this point you'd likely be skilled enough to get a rough semblance, what's more important is nothing the proportion markings, ie (this line to this line is A+X) etc

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u/Accomplished-Tree-90 5d ago

Damn he has a magnificent ass

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u/sexy_bellsprout 5d ago

Had to scroll back up and check. I was not disappointed

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u/solitudanrian 5d ago

Oh god that’s the first thing I noticed. I feel gross

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u/sexy_bellsprout 5d ago

Tbf I also feel gross for checking this poor guy out

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u/uninoooos 5d ago

well you're not wrong.

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u/twentyfuckingletters 5d ago

That's what OP meant by anatomy lesson.

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u/cksilo 5d ago

Intelligent and buns. Everybody wins

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u/DestinationCola 5d ago

Explains the ladies in the front

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u/allonsyyy 5d ago

Yeah it's crazy, you'd think one gender was aggressively sexualized since puberty or something.

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u/debrisbaby 5d ago

Lol this happens all the time on posts of women and no one says anything. There was literally a popular post about NUNS a couple of days ago and there were a ton of upvoted comments about her ass.

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u/certainlynotstacey 5d ago

I swear this was the first thing that pops up in my head.

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u/tofuhater 5d ago

I had a chemistry teacher who would draw entire pictures of blast furnaces with various colored chalk to explain how the whole metal extraction from ore happened.

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u/AtheistKiwi 5d ago

Well...?

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u/icebergiman 5d ago

And the metal was extracted from the ore

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u/omnomnomgnome 5d ago

I learned that in runescape

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u/laublau 5d ago

That booty is giving me an anatomy lesson

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u/Amyth47 5d ago

haha yes

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u/Twentyhundred 5d ago

Straight guy here, but that’s exactly what my eyes went to as well. Man’s got bunda.

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u/AC4life234 5d ago

Nice gluteus maximus.

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u/pinkpantherinblue 5d ago

This is the comment I was searching for

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u/Heinrich428 5d ago

Came here to say the same

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u/-Just-Keep-Swimming- 5d ago

Haha came here looking for this comment.

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u/Flycktsoda 5d ago

First thing I saw!

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u/moverton 5d ago

I see your point.

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u/spankymuffin 5d ago

He'll draw it for you during office hours...

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u/3CPod 5d ago

Whoa 😮 that’s impressive

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u/tefoak 5d ago

Yeah... he must workout.

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u/DiscoDaimyo 5d ago

Glutes of the year?

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u/SleightOfHand87 5d ago

Look at the butt on that!

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u/beezus317 5d ago

you made my evening, thank you

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u/16BitGenocide 5d ago

As someone who stares at bones for a living, this is really, really accurate.

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u/omnomnomgnome 5d ago

interesting profession, what do you do?

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u/BeersRemoveYears 5d ago

Why does the center of the picture say “death mask”?

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u/pyroman1324 5d ago

Looks like "Death Meat" at this resolution

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u/Edgar3t 5d ago

I see Death Mode, and I'm a little scared

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u/LiveFreeDieRepeat 5d ago

My question exactly! And does it say “murmur” above that?

I want to add that this is the happiest skeleton I’ve ever seen — look at that smile 😊

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u/blablablablabla78 5d ago

death mask, caput medusae, heart murmur - it's probably a medical class that is learning about anatomy/forensics and he is injecting some historical context.

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u/nshyruh 5d ago

I need the answer to this. I may be ignorant but whatever

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u/twbluenaxela 5d ago

If there was a higher quality picture somewhere that I could clearly see the Chinese characters I could help you guys out. The murmur thing doesn't seem to make any sense though

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u/estebon_m 5d ago

That is fucking badass

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u/SomberXIII 5d ago

badass

i wanna do something bad with that ass

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u/veerwolfe 5d ago

Hello there, we are from the horny police.

BONK!!!!!!!!

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u/wonderbarZaYn 5d ago

Taiwan no.1

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u/Anxyte 5d ago

Damn that country has some real good artists it seems

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u/Hai_Koup 5d ago

Taiwan is a beautiful country

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u/MaxsDarkRoom 5d ago

What a nice country.

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u/oodly-doodly 5d ago

Dat booty though

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u/Fake-factss 5d ago

This teacher has famously made other works of art such as “Sands of Time” and “Wishing Well.” Both can be found in the Louvre!

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u/Gamerbrozer 5d ago

Not to diminish the professor’s talent but surely there’s a more efficient way to get a diagram of a skeleton up and be able to label it.

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u/ThrowRAqwertyui 5d ago

He teachers drawing anatomy.

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u/kiki67890 5d ago edited 5d ago

Ooh, I'll definitely take a camera and save it.

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u/MiloGoesToBJJ 5d ago

I want to be in this class

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u/NightBeat113 5d ago

This is the coolest thing I have seen all day today, thank you! He art work is very accurate.

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u/seveneleveneleven 5d ago

“Artistic abilities”???? He’s a mf COMPUTER 😭

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u/Individual_Wheel1645 5d ago

No mames wey, qué chingón dibuja.

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u/demandapanda 5d ago

But, Sir this is a music class...

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u/kaasbaas94 5d ago

Just to make sure. Taiwan is not just a island, it's an independent country.

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u/AwareExplanation7077 5d ago

His hand is drawn backwards in the front facing pic. Jus' sayin'.

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u/idkboi169 5d ago

For gods sake get this man a whiteboard

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u/Jordamnl 5d ago

Sorry what’s going on? I was too busy staring at dat ass

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u/doomgn0m3 5d ago

Quite honestly it would make the lesson that more interesting and probably has a greater impact. Dude is a hell of an artist.

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u/Practical-Whole3040 5d ago

Hmmm this is highly impractical in a timely fashion, I wonder what the actual full context of this photo is

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u/xApinchOsaltx 5d ago

My mans kinda got cake doh, more than insta thots thats 4 sure

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u/Firefly_6666 5d ago

Remember kids, Taiwan is a country

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u/poopyroadtrip 5d ago

#taiwanisacountry

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u/kappa_mean_theta 5d ago

Amazing. His YouTube channel https://youtube.com/channel/UClZUpNsip7s1nCJh2beWG8A has lots of videos with his drawings

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u/TachankaMain4U 5d ago

Damn Taiwan is a COUNTRY full of talent people

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u/Casual_Yet_almost 5d ago

Taiwan is a country.

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u/evil-gummy-bear 5d ago

I like what I see

Butt

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u/Imaybeerong 5d ago

Now that would make for compelling public television.

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u/MARVELhero96 5d ago

The legitimate country of Taiwan.

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u/BorcBorqBork 5d ago

Amazing and entirely unwarranted. This doesn't help student learning. It's just showing off.

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u/Flowwiththego1313 5d ago

Double caked up in class

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u/andylikescandy 5d ago

Looks like his students should be studying with an Andrew Loomis book.

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u/crafter2006 5d ago

How many sticks of chalks does he go through per drawing?

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u/Eder_Cheddar 5d ago

Goddamn.

This guy is an artist and it shows.

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u/HannibalWendigo 5d ago

I wish I was that anatomically correct

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u/ronja-666 5d ago

your body weird, bro?

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u/HannibalWendigo 5d ago

Dunno m8, but I can't be that righteous inside and fuckedup like this, also I sit in my chair as if I were on a tree

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u/Cakestripe 5d ago

I don't know what this means, but it's the best thing I've read in a long time.

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u/Logi_ciel 5d ago

Pro tip: use a projector to draw over image. Turn it off. Voilà.

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u/AKillerTurtle 5d ago

Teacher: draws on board Also Teacher: “sorry guys I’m not at artist…”

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u/charliemuffin 5d ago

This is level 10.

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u/PiratexelA 5d ago

Alex Grey, visionary artist and Tool collaborator, got his start doing anatomy for medical texts.

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u/JJX77 5d ago

I write on whiteboards like a 7 year old. He even drew it to scale with the cross sections. This is very impressive, and hurts deeply

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u/ElephantCarcass 5d ago

Jokes on him, I still can't understand a word of it

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u/DR4GON_EMP3ROR 5d ago

If I was the professor and my students still failed I would be Hella pissed.

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u/GordonRamsey666 5d ago

Oh I've heard of that country! Sick, ya love to see teachers make an effort.

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u/C137Ivy 5d ago

I literally would like to buy that board with the drawings and take it home as decor

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u/Izerpizer 5d ago

What I’m more impressed with is the capability of the students to read those tiny Chinese characters on the bord from a distance in the lecture hall. I took a couple intro to Chinese classes, and I had trouble differentiating some of them when they were right in front of my face, never mind reading them in chalk on a board from across a room.

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u/langkuoch 5d ago

My neuroanatomy professor doesn't provide lectures, and 95% of the material and work is just reading from the textbook. She supplements this with videos from YouTube. It's the absolute worst way to learn such difficult concepts like this, and our whole class is struggling.

Oh, and her name is Karen.

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u/DealwithSobi 5d ago

In Taiwan- "gets arrested from chinese government"

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u/vendetta2115 5d ago

I can see why he teaches anatomy. My dude’s got some CAKE in that oven.

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u/dharun_02 5d ago

And water from the ceiling leaked...

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u/mister_mammoth 5d ago

Seems like a huge waste of class time. Buy a poster

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u/entertainak47 5d ago

It’s cool…but what’s is he trying to achieve by this? You can find the photos in the book.

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u/JerbaHerba 5d ago

Why not just pull up a projector slide or something?

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u/amir2000200020 5d ago edited 5d ago

Or you can just use a video projector to share the exact image with the class :/ This is just a waste of time

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u/ClassroomPast6178 5d ago

I’m glad I’m not the only one that had that reaction.

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u/s_ezraschreiber 5d ago

Can they tell I’m flexing my butt cheeks??