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magiker
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I want to have a collection of bones, eyes and also animal bits that a wizard may have in his lair.
Any ideas on how to make or where to get such items. Apart from grave robbing etc. Smile

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That's kind of disgusting. Maybe brother shadow can make weird stuff like that for you.

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The late Gene Poinc -- in his book, The Practitioner, and again in his column in the Linking Ring magazine -- gives detailed instructions on how to get, and age, bones for a number of effects.
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If you are looking for a wide variety of animal parts then try looking up a place called Eidnes Furs in St. Maries Idaho...

(sorry I don't have their contact info) They provide hollywood with skins for animatronics and bones for all sorts of things. They have been very good about helping me in the past.

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http://www.eidnesfurs.com
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Thanks for the info gang

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Also, the ANatomical Chart Company online has bucky's bone room, they carry both real and repro skeletal stuff, in several sizes...elf skulls anyone?!
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Depending what use you had in mind for those bones, you could also sculpt your own out of sculptley, using aluminium foil covered wires as an armature. Using reference books, it shouldn't be too difficult. Of course, they won't "feel" or behave like real bones but if it just for "show" purposes, it might do the trick...

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You can get plastic ones in every good medical student shop. Plastic is cheaper and looks exactly like the real ones because they use them for anatomical learning.
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I have some Carib bones from a couple of hundred years ago. The island of St. Vincent was the last strong hold in the Caribbean of the Carib Indians against the European colonialists. (plug - Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed here - come down on vacation /end plug).

I just have them in a display case with a number of other artifacts. Even in the display case people get creeped out by real human bones which is not an image I would want to cultivate by using them in a routine...
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Um...real human bones huh?

I think I will stick to chicken bones and plastic replicas.

I shimmed a plastic bone and get some nice movement (and screams) with my PK M****t.
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OK,it is not my business, but one can make a very real looking decaying corpse or decaying anybody part, with a little help from Latex, cotten and paint or stain! I rather like the decaying look vs. the bones, but that is me.

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