DescriptionThe model is sculpted in clay and cast in specially dyed resins in different colors and translucency. The resins are brushed into the silicone mold to give it a fleshy/ bony depth. Finishing painting is done with airbrush. supervised by Jakob Vinther.
HistoryArmor plates called sclerites had long been known as elements of the small shelly fossils, and detailed analysis showed that some of these belonged to the same animal and how they fitted together. The first articulated specimens of Halkieria evangelista, with all their hard parts together, were collected in 1989 from the Sirius Passet lagerstätte in Greenland, and were described in 1990 by Simon Conway Morris and John S. Peel. from wikipedia
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