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

  1. Hi colleagues,
    Well done wood duck popeandyoung!!! Here's something from my workshop
    Tom
    Eurasian woodcock flat
     

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  2. and arfican grey parrot
     

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  3. rbear

    rbear Well-Known Member

    LTB that is a cool wood cock mount.
    Ralph
     
  4. clschake

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    LOVE the victorian take on that scene!
    And the wood plaque is a take off the old black walnut german products too. Just awesome work guys!!
     
  5. Hello everyone,
    Today I'll post two untypical birds for my workhop that I've never done before. Both of them were breed in captivity but are in good condition.
    Greetings Tom

    The black-winged stilt
     

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  6. next one
     

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  7. and the Pied avocet
     

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  8. hambone

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    Beautiful work LTB how can you get a wire thru those tooth pick long legs without it showing.
     
  9. Museum Man

    Museum Man Well-Known Member

    perfect work tom....pose is spot on with both birds....
     
  10. Thanks museum man and hambone :D
    Hambone if you want to put wire into those legs without it showing, you need three things... patience, patience and patience ;D no but seriously, at first you need to rehydrate legs. I inject some water and after few minutes inject some air. Than carefully and slowly put wire into leg. That's all 8)
    Greetings
    Tom
     
  11. clschake

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    Ok don't be too harsh I'm a newbie and it's my first.
     
  12. spencer2

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    Keeping the workbench alive with a baldpate[​IMG]
     
  13. spencer2

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    [​IMG]And a huge mallard.
     
  14. byrdman

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    Very nice mallard !
     
  15. excellent birds spencer 2 I love the mallard
    Greetings Tom
     
  16. capnmike

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    Nice little Osceola
     

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  17. spencer2

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    [​IMG]A pied blue wing.
     
  18. 689

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    That blue wing is absolutely gorgeous
    Heres a blue paralette..needs finish work

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  19. 689

    689 Well-Known Member

    Lil canary

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  20. Museum Man

    Museum Man Well-Known Member

    your small birds are coming out great nina