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Where can the average joe find a phenol type degreaser?
What's your problem?
I've always been super impressed with how nicely you achieve this look with replica fins. Despite the obvious techniques it calls for, it's not...
I'll go by reference.
Whereas webbing is translucent, it's appearance is affected by the background.
I like M. Fahrni's attention to this detail.
How can I see a yellow perch's scales through an "opaque" pectoral fin? X-ray vision?
I disagree that the rays are lighter and webs darker as...
Says he has the mold. Has other pics credited to other taxidermists. More to the story?
I think it's a bit bullish to throw around the "snap together taxidermy" stereotype.
It's not that the problem can't be solved. The issue I have...
LCR advertises that the mouths must be formed for this series. (clearly this is a rtp order and we see what LCR considers...
I see them held that way often. With top notch paintwork, it's no big deal. Many clients appreciate the pose, actually.
The jaw line is the...
Remember, it's a Lake Country blank...an O'Haver mold.
What's going on with the belly, yikes.
But the money on the table wasn't too bad, what was it $25 an inch.
I guess she could turn it down if it's not profitable.
What does the blank cost? LCR has one for $1250?
132 x $35 = $4620 - 2k in expenses (blank + shipping) = $2600 on the table for a fish that only...
That's awesome. I've always wanted to try wood carving. Haven't made the time. I like how you keep branching out. Good stuff.