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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. MallardsFowlLife

    MallardsFowlLife Well-Known Member

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  2. Here is a couple green tops
     

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  3. webfoot123

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    nice looking mallards
     
  4. fowlweatherfowler

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    Very cool looking book!
     
  5. alan webfoot

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    I'm curious wolfgang about the color of that goldeneyes eye? What foresight are you talking about? looks good so far
     
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  7. BrookeSFD16

    BrookeSFD16 Well-Known Member

    Preparateur... is that a sea lion?!

    Looks incredible! How'd you get to work on that. I'm jealous.
     
  8. alan webfoot

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  9. spencer2

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  10. Jake L

    Jake L New Member

    Great looking mounts Spencer...I might have to start splitting my time down there between you & our friend down the road from you lol
     
  11. spencer2

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    Jake anytime you want to come over just let me know. Matt my goal is to make a standing mount as pretty as yours. Thanks for the compliments.
     
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  13. MallardsFowlLife

    MallardsFowlLife Well-Known Member

    Stuffit that Bufflehead is awesome!
     
  14. nina5150

    nina5150 Well-Known Member

    X2...i like its position on the base..
     
  15. spencer2

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    Sounds like a plan to me. There are some restaurants already serving boiled crawfish but the price is outrageous.
     
  16. wilcox1088

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    Two down four to go

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  17. wolfgang

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    I a not sold on removing the feet quite yet will have to keep at it.

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  18. rai_red

    rai_red Active Member

    Brian, beautiful goldeneyes and yes,
    Matt, interesting tutorial, I will have a try,

    Rainer
     
  19. fowlweatherfowler

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    I've tried removing the feet before and didn't care for it. I would rather be careful with the paint and injecting the feet that way I have liberty to change things as needed as I go.

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  20. spencer2

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    When you removed the feet did you place them on the form first for proper positioning before injecting.