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Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Rick Krane, Feb 9, 2010.
I used a charcoal pencil for the first time applying the markings along the belly.
Here's a Crappie.....its hard to see the tipping along the back in the pic.
28”x 15.75”- 9 lb. LT (MRBT-20)
Alaskan coloration/spot pattern per customer reference
Now thats nice AnglingArtisan ! as are the fish on your web site. Inspiring !
I just keep going back for another look LOL .
1 of 4 on a stringer mount
first pedestal mount. pulled from the same mold as the last gill i did, but i am much happier with this one.
Some skinmount heads - N.Pikes 10-13kg and Cod 23kg
Nice fish Randy...Way to think out of the box... ;D ;D
I hope your customer is happy with that one..
First time post on this forum with finished product for me.
Great work you all! Great inspiration also.
Thanks to Angling Artisan's Alaska colors Hog Bow post, Nice job!
This is a reproduction with Kenai River Alaska fall colors.
32" L x 21" girth.
Am having a time getting the photo out of Photobucket and into the post.
Thank you all.
Well that didn't work. Will try again.
I have been trying to get pic's up on this thread and can't do it.
Will try again tomorrow.
Tried "Insert" and attach methods .
Awesome looking fish, guys. I don't get to do many at all. But here's (I think) my 5th LMB. Its a repro from New Wave.
Please feel free to email me with any constructive criticisms. I need all the help I can get on fish, but I really enjoy doing them.
Thought I'd finally post in here. First fish, and it looked like it. First competition. Hand painted, and it looked like it. LOL
Rick gave me an honest critique on this at the 09 Illinois conv. and so did, Ken Bauman at the Indiana convention. Both stand-up guys and judges. Although I got what I deserved, or a little better on the fish ribbons (2nd and 3rd) , I did take home the Van Dyke's and Starfish. Happy with that.
Here ya go Rob, just copy and paste the IMG code. Nice lookin' fish.
I can get the code into the window, then hit preview and nothing but the type shows.
Thanks for the help.
I'll get it figured out somehow.
32"L x 21" G with Still Life Eye's.
One more pic, same repro.
Experimenting with lighting.
Nice job guys!!!