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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
freakin awesome Jeremey... i love them
Me too....cool work!!
x's 2 awsome j......
The past few semesters have kept me pretty busy, but I finally found the time to get one done.
Nice Jeremy! very convincing
cell phone quality photo,bird is not groomed completely yet!
probably y'all leave this thread because of this bad work,cuz i can't see any reply after my post!!LOL
look,s ok. to me babak not a good photo.. ....d
ooh man thank you for compliments,but bad quality hides problems!!i have done many mistakes in this bird,,,,look where i live and mount birds,,, http://en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com/iran-blocks-email-restricts-net-access-reports-181232718.html
Whats on my workbench????........A NEW workbench ;D LOL Felt the need for more standing bird storage and "stuff" organization. I am resurfacing some of the tabletops with Galvanized metal, I will post up pics once completed
Cool deadgame mounts Jeremy, Heres Fridays pheasants and Todays Teal
awesome works wingman! superb !congrats for new work bench!!
cute puppy!!what kind?similar to pointer and water springer, is that?
didn't mount anything today but did carve my first cork gunning decoy.
Babak, thanks! Shes an English Springer Spaniel Keeps me entertained NICE job on the carving! Great paintjob, Looks like a Womans Bay "special" If you know what I mean?
very nice!!!i love dogs,best four-legged friends,specially this breed "springer spaniel" is my favorite!i will prepare in the future if i can find a pure breed!hard to find!!!
Babak, I was complimenting Seaduck on his scaup carving, Womans Bay is a local "spot" to hunt where he lives. I wouldnt mind hunting there again myself LOL.
you plan on actually using that in the water and was the cork a solid block when you got it or was it a kinda shaped liek a duck?
Womans Bay if they show up next season, last season we never saw any large floats of scaup, on a good year they are in by the thousands.
Redneck, it was a rough cut block of cork for the body and basswood for the head.