ByRob Harris, writer at Creators.co
Sometimes I play video games.
Rob Harris

As a reader of a video-game-focused website, I'm guessing that, at one time or another, Nintendo's delightful and endearing Pokemon have gotten under your skin. But have you ever burrowed beneath theirs?

Miles Peyton, a rather talented Fine Arts and Computer Science student, certainly has. In fact, he devoted an entire art project -- aptly titled Pokemon Bones -- to deconstructing the anatomy of our favorite pocket monsters.

Peyton took the models of all 151 original Pokemon and flayed them using a 3D modelling program. He told Kill Screen that "I wrote a script to replace the invisible bones with visible bones. After I had a visible skeleton, I’d drape the Pokémon over its bones.” The results will change your perception of Pokemon for good.

Make sure you check out Peyton's site for the rest of the bone collection, or follow him on Twitter for more creative updates.

Pikachu

Like a deflated balloon
Like a deflated balloon

Squirtle

Even the shell has shrivelled
Even the shell has shrivelled

Charmander

Try and growl at me now
Try and growl at me now

Bulbasaur

A sad, vegetative mess
A sad, vegetative mess

Snorlax

The long sleep
The long sleep

Mew

Not so rare now
Not so rare now

Jolteon

He's somewhat lost his spark
He's somewhat lost his spark

Magikarp

Gutted
Gutted

Dugtrio

Like the end of a birthday party
Like the end of a birthday party

Jigglypuff

Don't look into the eyes.
Don't look into the eyes.

Sandslash

An archaeologist's dream
An archaeologist's dream