Anatomy and Articulation of a Horse Skeleton eManual
This is a digital manual that Matt Crockett, an attorney from Dallas, Texas, created after he cleaned and assembled a 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 eManual 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. (62 pages) $25 - After your purchase, you will receive an email with a downloadable link so you can download your eManual to your device.