Here it is, folks.
And in close up:
From the other side:
I'm very fond of the four horns. This is something I think worked very well on this project. My inspiration for this concept was these four-horned Hebridean sheep.
Here's the face from the front:
And the back of the head with all those nice corrosion cast veins:
The shiny surface is due to polyurethane. I'm not usually a fan of shiny lacquer on my projects, but a mummified anatomist's specimen would be shellacked to protect it and would therefore have a varnished appearance. I'll have a think about the polyurethane over the next few days, and possibly change the finish texture if I decide I hate it. But I don't think I do hate it. I think I'm just not used to making something shiny.