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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by [email protected], Feb 13, 2010.
gorgeous yote... would love to see the rest of him as well...
Awesome yote! Well done..
looks great!! noticed in your second photo how pronounced the rear lip flange is on the cast.....something totally missing on the forms...thats why we use the form as a starting base and go from there........would love to see the entire mount....
Thanks for the comments guys. The customer wanted half lifesize, it is a drinking pose, but it also works this way. Will probably add a rooster when he gets a good one, to give him something to be focused on. Here the rest of it:
very nice! well done
Nice looking coyote buddy, looks well groomed also.
Glad this thread come up again,,just amazed at all the talent ! Great work !
Been meaning to post this for a while. Not a mammal and not an easy project but...
Very good indeed.
Great gator there!
You're right ... that's not a mammal! Nonetheless ... well done, Bill! And congratulations! Well earned!
Thanks. I only put the last picture in because I didn't like the white sand. That is the only pic with tan sand. That gator was shot in Fort Myers and the sand is super white in that area. But I didnt like the contrast. Too fake. So I used the stone speckled tan spray paint on it and it look exactly like tan sand with dirt specs perfectly. And added some small puddles of dirty water. Need to get better final pics of it. Some great stuff posted in this section by others BTW!
I almost didnt recognize the gator without 8 kids sitting on its back getting their picture taken. Some people shouldnt have children Great job, looks just as great in person.
Great post, really enjoy the pics, keep em coming please
Hey Bill - How bout it! You would have swore my sign said “PLEASE TOUCH”. Don't forget the kid that put their bubble gum on the back of my deer pedestal mount either!
Here's a little bushbuck that I put together yesterday.
looks like you had a great skin to work with daniel........who's form?