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Living Heads Cross Fox Skull SOLD by Shadyufo Living Heads Cross Fox Skull SOLD by Shadyufo
Here's one of the latest in my series of Living Heads painted skulls. It's a colorful cross fox and it's for sale too!

EDIT: This skull is in the process of being sold now. Thanks! :)

Real coyote skull painted with acrylics.
Emily T. Harris 2012
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lunarmagpie Featured By Owner 3 days ago
These skulls are amazingly beautiful! Will have to watch your etsy store and pick one up before it gets away! You have a wonderful imagination.  :)
Alarie2130 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow! That is really cool! Just found your gallery and I am in love! Where do you find all of these bones? :shocked:
Shadyufo Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much!

I've been collecting them since I was a kid. I've got over 200 skulls in my own personal collection at the moment but I'm always finding, buying, and selling them. I go "scavenging" quite often in woods, pastures, creeks, and ravines and drag home whatever goodies I find. I also buy stuff at flea markets and antique stores. You can find a lot of skulls for sale online too! Ebay is a great place to check out as is Etsy. I sell a lot of stuff in my own Etsy shop right here: [link] :) Thank you again!
Alarie2130 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much for the glorious info! I have never found any animal bone. Where do you recommend searching? :)
Shadyufo Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
No problem! I'm always happy to help out any fellow fan of dead things. :)

Depending on where you live (some places have laws against it) you can pick up roadkill to clean. Just be aware of local laws and whether or not you need to get permits for anything you find.

Creek beds and ravines are excellent places to look because bones from a wide territory will wash through them. Woods and pastures are great too.

I hope that helps! Good luck and happy scavenging!
Alarie2130 Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh, I don't think I could stomach harvesting them! I will just try hunting in the woods near my house. Thank you for the help~
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