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    Skull Reference

    At Big lots they have these for 8$
    (also the 1$ mech. pencil I used for size ref )

    If you wait till after Halloween they might be cheaper (or gone)

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    damn i want one

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    Do you have to go to the store or can I get it online? If it's online, link? I totally want one!

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    I checked their site and it looks like its a seasonal in-store item only (can't find it).

    http://www.biglots.com/

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    Thank you so much for taking the time to do this! This will definitely come in handy!!!

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    A few more pics;

    They had the skull at Walgreens too.

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    My dialup is hating this post sooooo much...
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    Thanks alot for this.
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    Got my skull a little while ago, definitely a great find. thank you.
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    Here's a nice DVD for rent instead of for sale

    http://smartflix.com/store/video/541...The-Head-Skull

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    Here are some nice 1/3 scale skulls from Andrew Cawrse

    http://www.freedomofteach.com/products/skeletons

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    I'd recommend Lindberg's 1/1 "Pirate Skull" model kit. It takes assembly, but it is anatomically accurate. Retails for 16-20$, and has a movable jaw, accurate bones, and a display stand.

    BTW, there's nothing "pirate" about the kit - that's just marketing. It's the same anatomical skull kit they've had for years. Although you could buy a bandanna and eye patch, I suppose.

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    Wow thanks, this is definitely going in my reference folder. ? But I wonder who's body they stole it from? jk or is it plastic?
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    thanks alooooooooooooooooooooooot bro i cant thank u enough

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