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3-D image reproduction of a human form
Wax statues and store mannequins can be considered as decorative figures, and therefore the prohibition of anatomically correct full human figures, or human-like angel figures, applies.

From "The Divine Code," Volume I, Part 2, Chapter 5:

"If a toy figure or doll has an anatomically correct human form, we consider two types: (1) collector’s pieces that are valued by adults, and which might be displayed for decoration – these can be made permissible by removing a feature, for example, by cutting off an ear ...; (2) toys for children’s play, which are permitted as they are, since they are not intended for decorative purposes... But if the toy’s features are not accurate, the toy is permitted from the outset."

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RE: 3d image reproduction of human - by Director Michael - 01-08-2009, 06:15 PM
RE: 3d image reproduction of human - by Daniel2 - 02-23-2010, 12:23 PM
three-dimensional pictures - by sodergard - 12-15-2009, 09:42 PM

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