This model contains a fused segment of the tibia and fibula, as well as the bones of the foot. The bones of the big toe are fused, all other toes are fused together, and the cuneiforms are fused. This was done to reduce the number of printed bones to 8, making a model that is easy to print and study from if you are learning osteo/arthrokinematics of the foot.
In this model the head of the talus does not quite fit into the navicular. I'd love it if someone remixed that problem away.
Someone pointed out in the comments that the files were scaled wrong and that was definitely the case! It should be fixed now.
Printed on white Ultimaker PLA.
I used two models to create this remix, using meshmixer. Both original models are superb.
The first model is the right leg long bones by Mooselake (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:157696). I joined the tibia and fibula to create a single mortise joint and cut the model to create a reasonably sized crural piece that can articulate to the talus.
The second model is the foot bones by DrGlassDPM (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:22628). I downloaded the LWO file, converted to STL, and joined several of the 26 bones to generate a simpler model. The sesamoids and phalangeal bones of the big toe are fused, all of the other toes are fused together, and the cuneiforms are fused.