From anatomy pracs
A patient horse (yet again). I can’t help thinking what happens when it’s a student’s first time in the real world when they are not so used to being examined. I gave a pathetic little ook when they did this as I had not seen it before. Students good-naturedly rolled their eyes at me.
These are quick sketches drawn from a series of hand made plastic models of the development of the heart
this is a detail of a sink in the Path lab
I am interested in taking a picture of the left forefoot of different sized animals. Here is one from Sydney the very happy Pomeranian whose owner kindly allowed me to photograph him the other day.
As a child this was one of my favourite animals.
On Tuesday I X-rayed various glues, binders, plastic, paper, cardboard, string, wire, sequins, modelling compounds and paints to see what colour they came out when X-rayed… Here what can you can see apart from a sheep’s tooth, some das (paper based modelling compound), wire, and a blob of german modelling compound with some sequins …
A beaver in the store room
Creature of Exotopos 2009 Nickel-plated Britannia metal 31.5 x 29 x 9cm Exotopos exhibition Opening: 6-8pm Thursday 05 March 2009 Exhibition: 05-28 March 2009 From the excellent Sydney gallery Grant Pirrie
This was one of the guessing panels as part of first year anatomy classes.