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Finaly done!!!

Discussion in 'Skulls and Skeletons' started by AOTaxi, Nov 29, 2009.

  1. AOTaxi

    AOTaxi She's a keeper!

    I took a job in from the local college anatomy dept.. I was in the state of mind that it would be a fun experience and could learn from it, boy was it a learning one and NOT fun at all.
    The project was to fully clean the whole body of a Great Dane for the anatomy comparison class that they will be teaching this next spring, the students will be assembling this dog skeleton for class, and I had the joy of cleaning it.
    If anyone remembers about 6 months ago I asked for an idea of what to charge for this project, and folks were saying about $350, so that is what I charged......... next time........I won't touch it, unless I get 3X that, ...........I have no want to simmer off a domestic animal again, unless I am compensated well!!

    Anyhow here are a few pics of the product, heading out in the morning.


  2. BVanKirk

    BVanKirk package deal

    that looks like so much fun to play with

  3. I'd have done it for 350! Looks good though, well done.
  4. AOTaxi

    AOTaxi She's a keeper!

    My exact thoughts before I started the work, I could not believe the fat and grease and chit on that creature!