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This Is What The Skeletons Of Famous Cartoon Characters Would Look Like

  • Bugs Bunny skeleton (1)
  • Bugs Bunny skeleton (2)
  • Donald Duck skeleton
  • Felix the Cat skeleton
  • Goofy skeleton
  • Huey, Dewey, and Louie skeletons
  • Roadrunner skeleton
  • Tom and Jerry skeletons
  • Tweety and Sylvester skeletons
  • Wile E Coyote skeleton

Cartoon characters often behave like normal physics and biology don’t apply to them. In most cases it’s like they have no bones. Have you ever wondered what the skeletons of famous cartoon characters would look like? Thanks to the Korean artist now you have the chance. Hyungkoo Lee was born in Pohang, South Korea, but currently he is living and working in Seoul. He imagined the skeletal structure of some of the most famous animated characters and used resin, wire, aluminum sticks, and paint to create them. Check out the amazing skeletons of your favorite cartoon characters below and visit Hyungkoo Lee’s website for more.

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1. Bugs Bunny

Bugs Bunny skeleton (1)

Bugs Bunny skeleton (2)

2. Donald Duck

Donald Duck skeleton

3. Felix the Cat

Felix the Cat skeleton

4. Goofy

Goofy skeleton

5. Huey, Dewey, and Louie

Huey, Dewey, and Louie skeletons

6. The Road Runner

Roadrunner skeleton

7. Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry skeletons

8. Tweety and Sylvester

Tweety and Sylvester skeletons

9. Wile E. Coyote

Wile E Coyote skeleton

Do you like the skeletons of famous cartoon characters? Share them with your friends and check out Interesting Facts About Cartoon Animation And Characters.

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Wow, these looks really amazing…. and some are almost terrifying in a way *looks back at roadrunner* nope.


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