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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
nice work waterfowl inc.
nice work KMA!
That lil bird looks good,nina.
nina, the pose is perfect on your bird....also the fluff is what makes them look alive....you nailed it....great work
wow..thanks...i havent touched a bird that small for months...i have Ole to thank.he helps me allot...
NEVER GIVE UP..lol...i made a huge misstake when mounting up this lil guy so i had to get creative and do a pose that will go with another cockatiel....
here is some that are almost finished and a little project to come... gonna build myself a new flesher! KMA, your stuff is sooo good it makes me not even wanna post... great job to you and everyone else.
Amazing done as always KMA
verry nice birds Nina !!!!!!
nice birds people, mcrib the woody came out lookin good!
thanks man... i know i've got a ways to go to get in the league of most of you guys, but again, carving out that form to match the real body like you suggested helped tons.
Great job mcrib!
Waterfowl Inc. post up pics when you get that Eider foot attached to the rock or wave??....Looks interesting!
Love the pose on that bird. Very nice work Sir!
Painting up a pheasant. I shot this bird 45 minutes out of of Minneapolis on the last day of the 2010 season hunting with my best friend. I guess it would mean more if I could have hunted with someone I've never met who would have paid me. :-[
What are cool looking mounts here !
This is an Argentinian Perdiz collected long time ago
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Without the tail
With the removable tail. I have been putting mounting this for quit a while. It was actually quit easy especially compared to a turkey. This is going in my wifes office.
Here's the best fat cleaner to use to clean the fat between the quills. It took very little time to clean all that fat using this.
Nice looking stuff Guys! Pete very nice relaxed Gad! Heres a few pics from the past Month. Booming "chicken" And a pair of New Zealand Crested Pigeons.
A trio of Spruce Grouse, Two from Canada and one from Alaska, I was amazed and the plumage and size differences.
nice gadwall and pigeons what colors!!!