|Skeletons, bones, bone cleaning, skeleton cleaning, skeleton articulation, assembling skeletons, skeleton assembly, skulls, skull cleaning, animal
skulls, animal bones, animal skeletons, cleaning animal bones, cleaning animal skeletons, animal osteology, zoo archaeology, skeleton or bone
preparation and articulation
|El Refugio de
Joanie's Turtle Project
KPC Whale Project
Homer Gray Whale Project
California Academy of
Sciences Orca Project
Washington Horse Project
Oregon Whale Project
Gustavus Whale Project
UAA Articulation Class
|THE BONE BUILDING BOOKS
|BY LEE POST (a.k.a. Boneman)
|THIS SITE LAST UPDATED: May 1, 2015 URL: http://www.theboneman.com copyright 2005 by Lee Post illustrations copyright by Lee Post
|Site created and maintained by: Merry Web Designs copyright 2005
|For those of you who are new to this location, this site is all about turning a dead animal into a
clean set of bones and assembling those bones into a complete skeleton.
It is also an introduction to myself, a thirty-year veteran of professional skeleton building. It is also
a blatant advertisement for a series of ten Bone Building manuals I've written.
These books are a series of manuals explaining how to clean, prepare, and articulate different
animal skeletons in a simple step-by-step manner. Each manual is suitable for enthusiasts, teachers
and/or students desiring to do a museum quality skeleton on a limited budget.
|Step by step guides for the preparation and articulation of animal skeletons.
About Bone Building
About the Books
About the Author
To the Books
Bone Builders' Babies
|We DO NOT sell or buy
skeletons or bones
To Selected Land Mammals of the Northwestern States.
135 pages of illustrations ~ $55 plus shipping
|For the last 25 Alaska Winters I have been illustrating animal bones from
different views. Some of these illustrations have made their way into the
Bone Building Books. It has been apparent that some bone enthusiasts
have been collecting these manuals just for the illustrations and not
because they had any intent of building a skeleton. So, for those who just
want it for the pictures (sorry no centerfold) - for the first time - here is a
collection of just the bone illustrations. These are arranged by species,
of 28 different land mammals from the Northwestern states.
|This website is in constant update mode. With that in mind, please "refresh" the pages in your browser by using the
circle arrow (located somewhere on your browser) to make sure you are viewing the most current revisions.