The amazing human skull is very sturdy. I found some very accurate 3d human skull anatomy models below.
But did you know that the human skull is one of the least malleable natural structures that can be found in nature anywhere? Did you know that it takes a force of about 1 ton to reduce the diameter of the skull by 1 cm? The human skull just will not yield to outside pressure so easily, and for good reason: it holds our brains. Some brains are worth protecting.
In some cases, the brain might swell from certain head injuries causing an internal pressures, which is way more dangerous than external pressures. This can happen through mechanisms such as a subdural haematoma. If there is no space for the brain to expand significant brain damage can occur.
One way to relieve the pressure is to drill holes in the skull. This method goes back a along way to Neolithic times.
Sometimes people’s brains swell if they get too many compliments. In this case all that will help them is a cup full of humility.
On the other hand, the great artists who created these amazing 3d human skull anatomy models should get your greatest respect.
DAZ has some of the most detailed and automatically accurate 3d human skull anatomy models that will work for prefect animation and illustration renders in their free 3d software.
I like the V4 Skeleton because it is an anatomically correct skeleton designed to work with Victoria 4 for unparalleled accuracy and poseability.
The new skeleton was created from the V3 Skeleton mesh to be 100% compatible with any existing textures.
Real human bone data was used in the original creation process, so all 206 bones are represented in the skeleton and all 32 adult teeth have proper crown occlusion and are accurately represented from sculpted digitized dental data. This is great!
The skeleton not only fits perfectly inside Victoria 4, but is fully articulate and can be posed along with her. Whether used in conjunction with Victoria 4, or used on its own, the skeleton has a variety of uses.
Take a look these 3d human skull anatomy models: