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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.


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  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!