User talk:Vsion

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Vertebral column[edit]

Hi Vsion! Do you still have source image (with layers) for Image:Spinal column curvature.png? You put the column too high. Move it down please. Bow your neck, touch the spinous process (the highest you can find) and straighten the neck. Look to a mirror and you will see that your hand is in the high of chin. --Metju12 07:29, 10 November 2005 (UTC)

thanks for your message. So I need to shift or rescale the vertebral column. Is the bottom-end ok? For the top-end, it is now definitely too high (at eye-level) . Where should it be, at the nose or at the chin level? From this website [1], it seems to be at the nose level. Please advice. --Vsion 07:47, 10 November 2005 (UTC)
  • Hi, I answered few days ago. Where's my answer? :) OK. Again:
These two images are expressive enough [2] [3] . If you have any questions, please let me know. --Metju12 10:33, 14 November 2005 (UTC)


yes you need to adjust the level of the top of the spine to end approx at the level of the nose (not exactly but good enough for this image) - YOU MUST HOWEVER - rename the lowest segments of the spine to the SACRAL spine NOT the pelvic spine - in english there is no such thing

Image:Human body features.png[edit]

Did you create the image? If so, please say so on the image page. // Habj 17:57, 28 March 2006 (UTC)

And by the way, someone on a forum created a SVG version of this PNG image, see this SVG file (url may be invalid in some time, so best is to upload it fast, or recreate it thru the same tool he used, which is : http://vectormagic.stanford.edu/ ) — 02:57, 13 November 2007 (UTC)

Please correct image[edit]

The human_body_features.png image should be corrected, as only the male genitalia is labeled, suggesting that the penis is standard and the vagina is deviant, which is sexist, and has no place here. Either label neither, or label both. Thanks.

I have no intention to make any sexist suggestion or statement. The labels are for external body features. I have no wish to modify this image again and have no interest to deal with politically correctness issues. Don't use the image if it offends you, and I won't object to removal of this image in any article. --Vsion 22:47, 27 April 2006 (UTC)