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I'm looking into buying a model human skull for practicing with. I'm looking for something that's of a heavier resin that is proportional with removable jaw. Something of good enough quality that it will help and not hinder my study of heads. Some are really out of proportion or "unique."
There are several decent-looking ones on Amazon, but most of the reviews are by medical students, and it's very hard to tell if the few buy art students are those that know what they're talking about. I expect to pay somewhere around $80 for a decent model, if my research and experience with animal skulls is any indication. I'm in the US, and would prefer not to ship overseas.
I tried searching the forums but could not find any recent topics on this subject.
What skull-models would people recommend for art study? Does anyone know of any that have been reviewed by art-folk? If you have one, what model is it and do you like/hate it?