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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
Nice, webfoot! Do you cut the tailslot any different than a level pose? Thanks Tom Mayer!
Dang Todd, beautiful hoodies for your sons and you and outstanding Egyptian, you did well with the feet, they look equal and
webfoot, that is a supergood black duck - I have to do one -
Todd i really enjoyed seeing you get your boys involved, you are a lucky guy to be abe to have that opportunity.
vahunter I don't use foam bodies I wrap my bodies
Nice job on the Black...
Started work on a peacock, and as always, we begin with the tail in First of
Rustax could you please post some photos of your work which is really crap just so the rest of us know youre human, thank you.
Drying recent work - Ural owl at the time of the attack on his victim ...
2 with jewelry
Brooke...that greenhead looks incredible!
oh wow, I love both of them
Thanks guys! The Black Duck was a first of that species for me and he was freezer burned. They will go together on the wood that's on the wall.
Well, Sirs colleagues, with the raw materials we recently had to work, and how we got out of this situation.
Evgeniy, you have magic hands my friend.
It does not matter what you get to do, you do it perfect,
Congratulations Rustax!!, perfect osprey...wonderful work
Thanks guys, had to sweat it. And now finally have solved the problem with a peacock. His tail is not very smooth, but the peacocks of the aviary is always with such deficiencies ...
Well, my friend decided to have some fun
Beautiful RusTax! Your friend looks like a Go-go dancer from Las Vegas!
A question. How are you going to keep that peacock fan stiff? I like the way you propped them in a curved, natural shape to dry, but the longer feathers may succumb to gravity over time. Very nice mount, as usual.