If you’re trying to find the right angle for a skull, bone, or just to practise or utilize a multitude of different things (guitar hand placements, animal bone structures). 3DToad has a number of different animals, bones and poses to choose from to help you out. You can left click and drag your mouse right or left to turn a figure around for a full 360 degrees, so finding the right angle for that drawing your want just right is easy.
On the Human skeleton page you’ll find an extensive study set of bones, so try to get some practise in!
There’s also some interesting things like dissection, or civil war era items you can view, if you need it.
Oooooh, ooooh, look! I have lots of people following me who I bet would love this. Articulators! Taxidermists! Visual artists who want to get the anatomy just right!
I will say that they mostly have skulls; the cat is the only articulated full animal skeleton they have (other than human, of course), and the skulls only rotate in a circle—you can’t get a good look at the top or bottom. But it’s something, at least, and it’s free, and maybe we can all email the website and say “Hey, here’s how you can improve this!”
They do also have fossils in he “fossils” section that you can spin around at different angles, same thing with dissections. And I saw ads for free virtual dissection apps in the sidebar, so that may be something to check out, too.
Anyway, neat site that you folks should take a peek at.