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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
nice birds Daniel. greetings from holland.
virkilega flott hjá þér Daníel
ahh hinga hinga hinga
Ludvik great grouse!!!!! Here's a brant I did walking for a customer. Alyssa.
Grettings from Portugal
Been awhile since I posted I always look and enjoy everyones work.
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A little of everything, looks like everyones been busy on their bench, great benches everyone
Love that Brant Allysa. I was gifted one and I've been trying to figure out how I want to mount it, I may just steal that pose from you ;D
on my workbench: 1 magpie and a nice looking woodcock (after skinning the bird was full of pinfeathers, but just the head and neck) and a great white egret with nice long feathers on the back ;D (that one goes in my collection ;D ;D
Hey everyone. Thank you ntxwaterfowl, I love brants, and your right it's hard to find a good pose for them well I had the privilege to mount a snowy owl this week! A biologist found it in a swamp, and got the papers to get it mounted for the local school! Was so excited, but man are they hard lol. But I enjoyed every moment of it. Alyssa
black-footed kittiwake, my second taxidermy experience
skinning done and body wrapping, i will finish it on sunday
hey oskare looking forward to see some pic,s when you are finished with the KITTWAKE..dont forget to post them...regards daniel
Hi all, the last two days my workplace was in the studio of Alexander Sokolov, where we did collective work. Lynx did two masters - Alexander Sokolov and Alexander Fomenko, my modest contribution to this work was the capercaillie. For me to work with such artists is a great honor and a great experience. I am glad that I have the opportunity.
My work with the bird
first fitting a cat's paw
Final installation of feathers and find the right position
WOW RusTax, FANTASTIC work!!!! very inspiring . So lifelike! You are very gifted. Thank you so much for sharing.
on my workbench.......
lots of Falcons and one nice rawlegged buzzard ;D
Russ that turned out great. It's hard enough working on the ground then seeing you working on a ladder takes some serious balance
Karin, that's a beautiful line-up. Be sure to post photos when they're completed.