In sculpture departments, courses with similar content such as anatomy, artistic anatomy, ecorche, morphology or form analysis are carried out throughout the undergraduate education. These courses are also added to the curriculum and their feedback is very intensive not only in the existing courses but also in other courses where modeling is studied. Cadaveric dissection cannot be performed in the Sculpture Departments in Turkey. For this reason, in these courses, the study of the internal structure of the live model and various visuals are used. Thus, it is ensured that students assimilate the structure of anatomy. Nowadays, it is known that digital possibilities have improved a lot. There are many auxiliary applications such as Ekorşe, artistic anatomy and so on. In this study, these applications will be discussed with examples. These applications will be evaluated in terms of factors such as efficiency, accessibility and ease of use for students in current opportunities and will be exemplified with visuals. Then, the study will be concluded by evaluating the findings on the subject. In the whole of this study, using qualitative research method, current anatomy-related applications and programs that can help in sculpture making will be evaluated. Thus, the existence of uninterrupted access to accurate proportion and morphology information without being dependent on the live model is revealed.
Keywords: Sculpture, Artistic Anatomy, Equinometry, Sculpture Education