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LIVE MONTHLY EQUINE ANATOMY SEMINARS

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How did your everyday horsewomen become an expert sculptor in equine anatomy? It turns out there is a system you can learn that's easy to follow and will help you retain important information about equine anatomy. You will learn how to think about complex structures, memorize terms, understand function, and development. Learn all the strategies in these powerful monthly seminars!

 

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Be an EXPERT sculpt equine anatomy 

This is a monthly LIVE seminar that will teach you about anatomical structures of the horse and how to build these structures out of clay. Some seminars include presentations on the nervous system, cardiovascular system, integumentary system, and the lymphatic system.  

 

Monthly Seminar TOPICS

 

Registered Students Will Receive a Current Schedule 

 

Presentation: EQUINE OSTEOLOGY IN CLAY

    • Introduction to the central nervous system
    • Parts of the brain
    • Nerves and the equine body + behavior
    • Bone shapes and categories
    • Drawing these bones for the purpose of sculpting 
    • A look at the skeleton in full 
    • Locating and understanding joint movement 
    • The skeleton in motion 
    • Ligaments and cartilage

Sculpting Instruction

  • Sculpting the central nervous system 
  • Sculpting unique bones
    • Long bones
    • Cuboidal bones
    • Flat bones
    • Pneumatic bones
    • Sesamoid bones
    • Irregular bones 
  • Conclusion: how to proceed at home sculpting the full skeleton 

Presentation: THE SPINAL COLUMN IN CLAY

  • Introduction: An Overview 
  • Topic Points
    • Bone categories and structure
    • Joints and Ligaments within the spine 
    • Joint structure and function 
    • Movement and effects on the spine
    • Back conformation and effects on strength
    • Spinal stability and where it comes from

Sculpting Instruction

    • Shapes of vertebrae and their location 
    • Drawing the vertebrae for the purpose of sculpting 
    • Building and using a maquette to understand spinal movement 
    • Shaping individual vertebrae in clay 
      • C1-C7, T1-T18, L1-L6, S1-S5, Ca1-Ca15/21
    • Conclusion: how to study the equine spinal column from life

Presentation: LIGAMENTS AND SKELETAL MUSCLES

  • Topic Points
    • An introduction to the Cardiovascular System
    • What are ligaments
    • Ligament function with bone and muscle
    • The many layers of deep muscles
    • The function and purpose of skeletal muscles 
    • How skeletal muscles affect posture and conformation 
    • Developing skeletal muscles

Sculpting Instruction

    • Shapes of muscles and their location
    • Drawing key skeletal muscles
    • Locating and sculpting muscle insertions of the skeletal muscles 
    • Shaping skeletal muscles in clay

Presentation: SUPERFICIAL MUSCLES

  • Topic Points
    • Deconstructing muscles
    • The role of fascia
    • A brief look at the Integumentary system
    • Muscle pairs, groups, and chains
    • The function and purpose of major superficial muscles
    • How to identify well-developed muscles
    • Timelines, aging and physical development

Sculpting Instruction

    • Shapes of muscles and their location
    • Drawing superficial skeletal muscles
    • Shaping superficial muscles and layering in clay
    • Texturing muscle in clay

This is a seminar on sculpting equine anatomy. For surgical advice or instruction please seek a professional veterinarian. 

 

 

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