|BY LEE POST (a.k.a. Boneman)
|Step by step guides for the
preparation and articulation of
|TheBoneman.com copyright 2005 by Lee Post Illustrations copyright by Lee Post. All Rights Reserved Merry Web Designs copyright 2005
|THIS SITE LAST UPDATED: August 24, 2016
|Matt Crockett, an attorney from Dallas, Texas, cleaned and assembled this horse skeleton in 2016.
The end result, besides a beautifully finished horse skeleton,
was a digital manual in which he documented
photographically and in writing, step by step how the skeleton
was articulated. The articulation techniques follow methods
illustrated in The Moose Manual, but Matt also has invaluable
photos on the identification, placement, and siding of the
bones specific to the horse which are not covered in the
moose building manual.
He has offered the manual as an E-book for $25 with $20 of
it to be donated to the Pratt Museum of Natural History in
Homer, Alaska. Matt visited the Pratt Museum when he came
to Homer in the summer of 2016.
The Pratt Museum was the origin of my bone building
experiences and has several of my first skeletal articulations
still on display. The Bone Building Manuals were originally
written in response to teachers and educators who saw what
we were doing at the museum and wanted to know how they
too could do such projects in their classrooms.
|Click here to purchase a digital copy of Anatomy and
Articulation of a Horse Skeleton, by Matt Crockett
Available in printable digital format only
|A HORSE IS A HORSE, OF COURSE OF COURSE
An Offer From a Very Generous Person
|62 pages - Printable digital format only