2005 WTC Pictures

Submitted by wildlife-artist on 4/4/05 at 10:56 PM. ( ) 69.244.151.177

Here are some of my WTC pics...sorry some of them are blurry...old camera with weak batteries....

http://photobucket.com/albums/y109/wildlifeartist1/

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Good Pictures

This response submitted by Shane on 4/4/05 at 11:08 PM. ( ) 4.159.56.191

My pictures turned out awful. My flash was flashing, I thought anyway, but the pictures are dark. Your picture #6 of 80 is my entry front and center with the red ribbon.


Thanks

This response submitted by sumner on 4/4/05 at 11:57 PM. ( ) 64.136.27.229

Just wanted to say thank you. Was fun to get an early taste of what we missed!


photo 21 ?

This response submitted by Skullery....Jeff on 4/4/05 at 11:57 PM. ( ) 209.206.144.26

What is photo 21? I am not a taxidermist and can only wonder what it is. Is this an Irish elk? Replica antlers? Life size cape is what? Anyway it looks great, but this really caught my eye. Maybe someone can explain it to me, curious. Thanks for a great bunch of pictures. Skullery....Jeff


Dall/porcupine

This response submitted by Mike on 4/5/05 at 3:10 AM. ( hredfox@gci.net ) 65.74.127.160

Pic # 48, the dall sheep and porcupine. The porky came from me, in Alaska. I have another for sale at present.


Irish Elk

This response submitted by Elmer on 4/5/05 at 7:31 AM. ( Tops ) 64.12.116.134

It is an Irish Elk recreation done by Ken Walker. The hide was white elk hides then dyed to color the antlers were repilicas. Nice job.


Dall and Porcupine

This response submitted by terry vining on 4/5/05 at 10:58 AM. ( ) 216.120.195.148

I thought the base with the rocks shaped like a hand holding sheep feet was cool.


Hey, thanks for posting...........

This response submitted by Mac on 4/5/05 at 4:03 PM. ( vabowhunter@worldnet.att.net ) 216.54.8.18

The pic's looked fine. It was nice to see a pic of work that was at our state convention. The "Fox Mountain" was at the Virginia Convention, but it looks as if he replaced the red fox he had at VA. with another I am not sure of. At our convention he had the Grey, Red, Silver and Arctic. This time it's the Grey, Arctic and Silver. Can yall tell me what the other is? The gentlemen ( I can't remember his name to save my life!) did a nice job with the mounts as well. Again, nice pic's & thanks for posting them!
Mac


Fox Mountain

This response submitted by David D. Blevins on 4/5/05 at 7:49 PM. ( info@blevinstaxidermy.com ) 68.70.50.205

On the top is an Artic fox, then blue fox on left, grey fox laying down in middle, Silver fox on right and red fox on the bottom. It was my piece, it suffered alot of damage on the ride. But I enjoyed doing it.
David


David, We enjoyed seeing it..................

This response submitted by Mac on 4/6/05 at 7:43 AM. ( vabowhunter@worldnet.att.net ) 216.54.8.18

and enjoyed meeting you in Harrisonburg as well. Sorry to hear it got damaged, but hey, at least you got to show it and (looks like you still got a couple ribbons - Congrats!) Unfortunately, my pic's of it at the VTA show were on my roll of film which did not come out. Again, nice job. Hopefully I'll have something at next years VTA convention.
Have a great day!
Mac


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