Steve Husky is a biology professor. More importantly, his faculty profile page has many quality images of reptile and fish skeletons. Just go right click > view image to see the images at a higher resolution.
Digimorph! You have no idea how great this website is. It has very high-quality images of hundreds of different animal species (usually only skulls and skeletons, though). Even better, each species usually has several videos of the skull/body rotating and spinning, so you can study a specimen from any angle.
I'll put a few photos up of my Arabian I don't mind being used for reference. My point of putting this up is for a better understanding of expression, since the Arabian is a very expressive breed. These pictures are too skewed to be good for much else. Additionally, I'd love to know when they've been used, as she's my baby. ^.^
Color: Chestnut sabino (those main white parts) with rabicano (hard to spot in most photos, so don't worry about it).
Condition: Pasture/non-working condition
These are indoor scenes when she had been hosed down, also great for seeing muscles. The expressions are due to duct tape on the bit (don't ask....), not from pain (more like displeasure and curiosity). As you can also see, the reins are kept loose at all times, she is making the expression of her own accord so you can translate them to horses without bridles.
Last edited by SirCalypso; December 22nd, 2008 at 12:01 PM.