While the contemplation of a decaying corpse might be useful, especially with a skilled teacher, photos do not really drive home the reality of it all. What is missing is the gawdawful stench.altar wrote:I have actually had a hard time finding images of decaying bodies, especially human ones, on the web.
Thanks for advice so far... I went to a Barnes and Noble once and had a look but didn't buy anything maybe I should go somewhere to look again.
One might try "somethingthecatdraggedin.net" for the truly disgusting.catmoon wrote:And of course one might peruse rotten.com if that is your cup of tea.
I was wondering if anyone knows a good anatomy book maybe even one that has live images? Or also a book on decay?
Hope this is the right forum.
altar wrote:I found this searching: http://www.amazon.com/Autopsy-Life-Death-none/dp/B001O16SRI/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1266673322&sr=1-7
It's a dvd called Autopsy Life and Death by Dr. Gunther van Hagen the man who brought the BODIES exhibit. I think it is from a few English television shows he did and they are literal dissections of the body and life processes.
Does anyone know more about this than I do? I think I am going to order it.