Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Cut Wood Skull

Andrew Martin is one lucky student who enjoyed a visit from the Skull Master to his school. His only regret was being tardy with finising this skull in time to show Noah in person, but he has no time limit for sharing it with us.

Wood and bone lead parallel lives that many of us don't realize. They're both very strong yet easily breakable, they were both once living organisms, and we don't really get to see the composition of either until they're dead(or you're a doctor). The jagged edges of this wood cut piece make it appear to have been made from broken bones. Especially considering the broken end of one of the crossbones. Thanks for sharing your nifty saw work, Andrew.

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