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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
Cool Raven daniel . Corvids rule!
One I did a few weeks ago but still needs finish work. Not near as good as you guys but thought I would throw one up. Sorry for the crappy picture ...snapped it with my cell phone.
Ok I am bored heres tonights bird !
Here's one I just did that woodie looks great .
Thanks I am trying to catch up to 1/2 of you guys ! Someday maybe.
Great work as usual everyone. James love the turkey's and sprigman thanks for posting, nice little GWT. Wildwings, I really like the woody presentation. Neat base! Trying to get to all my geese this month to make room for turkey's. Here is a honker I finished yesterday. Now on to preening, and more geese, oh my! Talk with you all soon. John
A White Stork chik, bah like skinning en egg man
Sprigman, I like the teal!
Sample panels. That marten looks awesome, stork too!
WOW Mike! That bark panel is amazingly real, even looks "rotten" on the edge even Awesome!! Snowy you don't "realize" how good you are Great looking stuff everyone!. I am working on a small batch of wholesale birds this week then finishwork next week, almost 50 birds to "get out" next week and I HATE finishwork I will try to post up some pics when time allows
Nice goose WCT.
Does this mean that you will be selling them ?
A little tweeking later today and it's time to let it dry
Wingman, 50 birds to finish! That hurts, but I know you'll get'er done. Post pics for sure. Glasseye, Samples panels are what I make for a client or architect so they can see what the finished product will look like. Made these for a meeting yesterday in NJ.
Thanks M for the comments on the marten those rocks and bark look great I got a sneak peek at those 50 birds Wingman did so many different poses can't wait to see them finished !
That is a lot of birds!
I got to see the Kings doing the wild thing this morning. That is a very good sign so far in the breeding season. Now if they can just be comfortable with my nest sites.
Here is a couple on my workbench. The wigeon has the carding removed but still needs the feet painted and the habitat work. The woodie kicked my butt last Saturday. I normally paint my bills before I put them together but this was one of those hurry up and mount things so I didn't get it painted before hand. I'm new to the forum and not near as good as you guys who post on here. I'm amazed at the very talented artist on here and looks like some of you have taking some photography classes as well.
dont put yourself dowm sprigman those ducks look 8) 8) the best daniel
a bird again