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Anonymous asked: Could you put the cadaver tags (and similar squeamish things) behind the read more tag instead of requiring the use of a tumblr extension to block things? I'm kind of new to tumblr and don't have admin permission to add tumblr-based tools to a computer I use for work.

I’m afraid that’s not always possible for multiple reasons.

A lot of these NSFW posts are photosets, which to not able to be edited in that way.
I personally also do a lot of rebloging through the tumblr phone app, which does not allow for editing the ‘reed more’ option.
Finally, I would also like to remind followers that it is impossible for a blog this large to accommodate to all specific follower maintenance requests. We do our best where we can but we cannot always fufill such requests.
In this case, the reason being because; adding the ‘read more’ option to posts even where it is possible would affect the layout of our blog negatively towards those who do want references for such NSFW images. Users looking for these references would have to click every ‘read more’ option to before finding the specific image they are looking for. 

We at AnatomicalArt respect your request, I think it would benefit you and other users to download tag blocking extensions. (In your case by gaining admin permission). It would help you in the long term to avoid specific posts from other blogs too.

Thank you kindly for your concerns,
I apologise on behalf of the crew here that we cannot be of more assistance.
I do wish you the best of luck finding a solution to your dilemma.

- kindly,
Admin Bonzly

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Anonymous asked: Hello! First off, I want to say that I really love your blog; the references posted here have helped my art improve a great deal! I'd also like to thank you for warning followers about future human anatomy posts containing the tags gore and cadaver - I'm very squeamish! This being said, is there a specific tag you use for animal dissections? I'd avoid seeing those too, if I can help it, haha. :)

Hello anon,

Thank you for your kind words!
I’m afraid we do not have a tag for specifically animal dissection.
Only our regular ‘dissection’ tag. But if you feel uncomfortable seeing human or animal dissections you can safely avoid both by blocking this tag.

In fact I’ll make a list now stating all key words we use with regards to NSFW posts so followers can block what they want to avoid.

- Gore tags:

  • gore
  • real gore
  • cadaver
  • dissection
  • cross section
  • organ (or) organs
  • muscle structure
  • surgery
  • blood
  •  injury
     ↳ We also tag specifically:  cut, wound (or) bruise

- Nudity tags:

  • NSFW
  • nudity
  • genitalia
     ↳ We also tag specifically: penis, testicles, vagina
  • breasts (or) boobs
  • butt, bottom (or) butt hole



I hope this helps future followers avoid images they do not wish to see.
Just as reassurance this blog makes a point to try and reblog/post illustrated images, especially with regards to gore or medical posts.
Any images or real cadavers (or ‘real gore’) will be tagged as such. They are all legal medical photos for reference, meaning patient consent was given prior to their individual deaths. Even so these posts are rare.

We try to use a wide variety of tags to make more specific matters more searchable, which hopefully should also make blocking tags more easy.

Thank you for taking the time to read this post,

- admin, Bonzly

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Pracht uit de kringloopwinkel

brilmans:

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In onze wegwerpmaatschappij waarin steeds meer producten worden geproduceerd die zijn bedoeld om tijdelijk te worden gebruikt en vervolgens te worden weggegooid, is afstand doen van een teveel aan huisraad voor de meeste mensen een koud kunstje. Weg met die rommel. Hup. Zonder te kijken of zonder het te zien doen mensen achteloos afstand van de mooiste dingen. Het meeste belandt op de afvalberg een kleiner deel in de kringloop. Daarom breng ik zo nu en dan een bezoek aan onze plaatselijke kringloopketens. Je weet maar nooit.

Het kijken in de kringloop is trouwens een belevenis op zich. De spullen, de klanten en het personeel, stuk voor stuk de moeite waard. In de kringloopwinkels, in ieder geval de zaken waar ik kom, heeft alles wat je ziet een verhaal. Prachtig.

Dat je bij de kringloop mooie spullen voor weinig kunt vinden, werd mij onlangs weer bevestigd. Voor nog geen 20,- euro wist ik twee prachtige boeken ‘De Nieuwe Geneeswijze’ en ‘Het Leven Der Dieren’, een antiek fotolijstje en als klapper op de vuurpijl de boven getoonde wandplaat te kopen. Een fantastisch vondst voor een naturalia verzamelaar als ik.

De boeken en het lijstje beschrijf ik later; vandaag de wandplaat.

Titel en uitgave: De bruine rat (Mus decumanus). - Mammalia (na 1910)
Uitgevers op de plaat: Zoologische Wandtafeln Gezeichnet und herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. Paul Pfurtscheller, Wien, Friedrich Speri Lithogr. Kunstanstalt u. Buchdruckerei Wien III/4, A.Pichler’s Witwe & Sohn, Buchhandlung und Lehrmittelanstalt, Wien & Leipzig
Auteur: Prof. Dr. Paul Pfurtscheller
Illustrator: Prof. Dr. Paul Pfurtscheller
Lithograaf/drukker: Friedrich Speri, Wien
Techniek: Lithografisch. Gedrukt in 10-15 kleuren met vernis. Op stok.

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New Mentorship Profiles Added

helpyoudraw:

Just like the title says, we added new mentor profiles to the list.

To learn more about this, click here

To submit your own, follow instructions on our submit page!

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mhc-asc:

Engraving by Catherine or Elisabeth Haussard, from Mémoires pour servir à l’histoire des insectes, by René-Antoine Ferchault de Reaumur::Mount Holyoke Archives & Special Collections::1734
Reaumur’s observations of wasps chewing and spitting out wood to build their papery nests eventually led to the idea of making paper from wood pulp.

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Engraving by Catherine or Elisabeth Haussard, from Mémoires pour servir à l’histoire des insectes, by René-Antoine Ferchault de Reaumur::Mount Holyoke Archives & Special Collections::1734

Reaumur’s observations of wasps chewing and spitting out wood to build their papery nests eventually led to the idea of making paper from wood pulp.

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duplycat:

Scientific illustration from the Atlas of Topographic Anatomy by E. Le Deley (1911)
Painting by Patrick Henne (2013)

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/!\ WARNING /!\

anatomicalart:

Hello, I am Admin Bonzly of the Anatomicalart crew.

Just to let followers know, there are future posts in this blog’s queue which may be triggering to some viewers.
These images are ‘cross sections’ and disections of body parts reblogged for purely scientific purposes. We have tagged said images as ‘gore’ so if you are sensitive to images like these please consider blocking the tag.
Blocking tags is easy if you don’t already know how to do it, a simple google search for ‘How To Block Tumblr Tags’ should help you.

The image we post are rarely real gore, we try to find drawn references where and whenever possible because we are aware of user sensitivity.
Any tags featuring real dead bodies will be tagged ‘Cadaver’.

As a final piece of reassurance, any cadaverous images posted to this blog are scientific or official medical references.
Bodies fetured were donated post mortem, and consent was signed by the patients prior to their deaths.

This post may be re-posted at other hours of the day to inform other users.


/!\ WARNING /!\

anatomicalart:

Hello, I am Admin Bonzly of the Anatomicalart crew.

Just to let followers know, there are future posts in this blog’s queue which may be triggering to some viewers.
These images are ‘cross sections’ and disections of body parts reblogged for purely scientific purposes. We have tagged said images as ‘gore’ so if you are sensitive to images like these please consider blocking the tag.
Blocking tags is easy if you don’t already know how to do it, a simple google search for ‘How To Block Tumblr Tags’ should help you.

The image we post are rarely real gore, we try to find drawn references where and whenever possible because we are aware of user sensitivity.
Any tags featuring real dead bodies will be tagged ‘Cadaver’.

As a final piece of reassurance, any cadaverous images posted to this blog are scientific or official medical references.
Bodies fetured were donated post mortem, and consent was signed by the patients prior to their deaths.

This post may be re-posted at other hours of the day to inform other users.