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After many phone calls, I found out that Don Schaeffers of SCHAEFER WATERFOWL ARTS makes it.
Very helpful guy.
My hand was faster than my mind. LOL ;D :D ;D
I made a mistake of pouring left overs; Part B into Part A. So, now the whole Part A is solid.
Want to find out if I can purchase 'part A' only....
....and here's a mallard.
This may be my last post as I am going back to nursing and studying for my re-entry program.
Merry Christmas everyone!
Here's a full on pin feathered sandhill crane.
[Yes, your images are such large file sizes that they load much slower than they should.
It wasn't slow on my part. Maybe it is slow for the...
Great website, Jeremy. It looks professionally done.
How much do you pay monthly? Does the cost includes the domain name?
petes is the taxidermist of those miniatures at the world shows and always won too.
Happy Birthday, Tim
Happy Birthday, Eugene. You are not getting older, you are just getting wiser. ;) ;) ;)
;D ;D ;D me, too.
Pat, your birds are always awesome, neatly preened. I admired your eye settings.
Yes, Jeremy and John you are getting there. I loved your starlings.
That king is awesome too.
Matt, here's another one.
My version of fighting pheasants. This was entered at the Oregon Show, masters division.
And thanks wingman for your...
Alright Matt, here it is.
I entered this at the Oregon Show, masters division. Thanks to Craig W for his tutorial on water habitat. I read it...
Congratulations and that chicken is the best mount I have ever seen.
Matt, Eugene just keeps on showing off his great work. Don't...
...glass case for the bird..
I agree. I have birds in the pond, and some ducks in pens. I see more actions going on in pens especially when I changed their water. This is...
I use heat with a tool (followed wingman's wingtip) but I don't have a torch. So what I did is, I took a piece of flat shiny tool and heat it on...
Great work Eugene. Lots of different birds too.