Monday, July 15, 2013

[CONTEST] Win a Tinysaur Skeleton Models Prizepack from Everything Tiny

THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED! Thank you for participating!

We know you all love skeletons, but what about tiny skeleton models? Everything Tiny has created a line of tiny skeleton models called Tinysaurs, including dinosaurs, a woolly mammoth, a butterfly, a hominosaur (tiny human). Their newest Tinysaur, the Hominosaur, is being launched through Kickstarter. To share the skeleton love, they are giving away one Hominosaur with a Four Alternate Heads kit.

What the Hominosaur looks like with the various heads.


Alternate Heads kit


PRIZE INFO: One Hominosaur (human skeleton) with a Four Alternate Heads kit. The alternate heads are: T-Rex, Woolly Mammoth, Pterodactyl, Triceratops, and a bonus devil horn add-on for the stock human skull. A tiny human skeleton kit assembles into a 2" tall hominosaur. Tinysaur Kits assemble into tiny dinosaurs from a postage stamp sized laser cut pattern. Assembly generally takes 20-30 minutes.

HOW TO ENTER: Since Tinysaur makes a variety of skeleton models, to enter this contest, comment below with an answer to this question. What is your favorite skeleton(s) to see? For example, I love seeing pterodactyls and bats. I'm fascinated with their wings.

CONTACT INFO: The winner, chosen at random, will be contacted via email by one of the Skull-A-Day editors within 7 days of the end of the contest. If that winner doesn't respond, another winner will be chosen. With your comment, please INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS!!! Entries are only valid with this information.

WHERE TO ENTER: All entries must be made on this blog post, on Skull-A-Day.com. You CANNOT enter this contest by commenting on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.

CONTEST CLOSES: 11:59:59 PM Eastern USA Time Friday, July 19, 2013.

NUMBER OF WINNERS: Three

PRIZE SHIPS: This contest is open to all skull lovers around the world.

IF YOU DON'T WIN: Don't fret, Everything Tiny has several of their Tinysaur skeletons available for purchase in their shop. To get one of the Hominosaur (human skeleton), support the Kickstarter! There are several neat things you can get for different pledge amounts. Follow them on Facebook to keep up with Tinysaur creations!

34 comments:

Melissa said...

I like calacas. I love the bright colors and artistry on the skulls.

eatyourchildren said...

I prefer dinos, always have.

CatLvr16 said...

I love looking at cave men bones. It's so interesting to see the difference between their and our structure.

Rachel P said...

The tinier the better, regardless of species, but I love little mouse and bat skeletons specifically. And any skull, really.

Patti said...

I have owls living near me, and they leave me little mystery gifts regularly - my favorite skulls/bones are in whatever pellet I am currently taking apart. Mostly they are in pieces! I see a lot of voles, and bunnies, which have many molars.

Dr. M said...

What is your favorite skeleton(s) to see?
I'm fascinated by all skeletons, but I have to say that human is the most interesting. I love the Hyrtle Collection at the Mutter Museum...the variation in skulls is amazing.

JefeSativa said...

my favorite skeleton is that of fat people, because underneath all that mass, lies a skinny skeletal that doesn't weigh a skele-ton.

biorobotics said...

the skeletal components of bird's wings are fascinating, but i may just be more attached to the human rib cage.

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Blogger Admin said...

Humans, and that's why this particular model has me so interested. Besides the obvious skull fascination, anything substantially bigger or smaller than usual is something else I am strangely attracted to. My wife teases me constantly for buying small things just because they are small but I can at least reply that my versions don't take up much space, as unnecessary as they are.

Eddie Bridges said...

i constructed a tiny human skeleton from everything tiny recently. it was a rewarding challenge which reinforced my fondness for the human skeleton above all others. it's at once familiar and alien, commonplace and bizarre.

Kristine Baldes said...

I love woolly mammoth. I watched as they cleaned Zed at the La Brea Tar Pits. They found him when taring down the old Sears building.

ThatCraftyGirlErin said...

I would like to see the skeleton of different comic book characters like Beast or the Green Goblin. Just to see if they're different from ours. Efinney123@gmail.com

Ashraf El-Masry said...

I am about to rearticulate my cat....
I also have plans for my dog-a-roo when she kicks the bucket....

Skeletons in general are my favorite because they make an awesome model to re-build & it is even more satisfying to know that the skeleton is of something that meant something to me personally...

daKimmer said...

My favorite skeletons to see are those painted with luminous paint--in the dark of course.

Kimmer

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Sheri B said...

I luv bats..bids.. mostly any type tho..

ryan said...

I am fascinated by skulls, but I especially love cat skulls. Such a powerful and sleek design in such a tiny and unassuming skin.

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Itsari said...

Human are the best, because anatomy is fascinating. Skeletons of very small creatures are also pretty interesting, just because of the tiny scale.

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leasoup said...

I'm an osteologist and partial to human remains :D

brandi canchola said...

I love hummingbirds. Their tiny bodies are incredibly intricate and just make me happy.

luvskulls said...

I love all dinosaurs!! I love T-rexs especially. amanda.hicks55@gmail.com

davidbird said...

Considering we all have skeletons....they are amazing.

dx said...

I saw a Bear skeleton once. I walked around a corner and tere it was in a standing pose. One of the most awesome tings have ever seen.

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dx said...

I saw a Bear skeleton once. I walked around a corner and tere it was in a standing pose. One of the most awesome tings have ever seen.

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dx said...

I saw a Bear skeleton once. I walked around a corner and tere it was in a standing pose. One of the most awesome tings have ever seen.

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Christi Conley said...

I'd have to say my favorite skeleton has to be of birds - Love the skulls & the wings!

Meri said...

Bat skeletons are wonderful!

Meri said...

Bat skeletons are the best!

Shipwreck Barbie said...

I think human skeletons are best, I especially like the hands and feet.
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Megan Mossop said...

I like all skeleton's, but I've recently developed a love for Quetzalcoatlus, a large pterosaur about the size of a giraffe!

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markymark said...

I like Dinosuar skeletons esp T-Rex and Veloceraptor..
I own an animal skull, found it one day in a field.. It has horns and full set of teeth - its pretty awesome.

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Medussa said...

I am torn between bobcat and snakes. I paint skulls. I just have great respect for all, but bobcats and snakes just fascinate me.

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Unknown said...

I am a fan of seal and sea lion skeletons, seeing the difference inside of animals that people think are the same is pretty cool. I also like bats and cats. And birds, wow I didn't realize this would be such a tough question!

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badbonz said...

The Predator,i would love to see dem bones

Unknown said...

I'd adaur a Tinysaur.....

Finger bones crossed.

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