Today I’m sharing an image of vintage foot anatomy, scanned from a book called Anatomy for Artists by Eugene Wolff.
The foot anatomy came from the 3rd edition of Anatomy for Artists dated 1938; a publication I acquired recently and now forms a part of my ever-growing collection of vintage material. The book was illustrated by George Charlton (1899-1979) who was also known as a landscape painter.
This is an original scan of the foot:
This is my cleaned up versions of the foot without the labelling:
This is the rather quirky inside title page showing two skeletons holding scythes in one hand and a sand timer together with their other hand:
I thought it would be fun to make a vector out of the image so I made two versions that would probably be more suitable for a Halloween project.
This is the 1st image which is just a straight forward plain version:
This is the 2nd versions which is the same as above with a grey grunge background added and blended in:
You can find more material like this in my gallery of free anatomy illustrations.