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

  1. Naturalist

    Naturalist Member

    Thank you, colleagues! The pose of the bird selected by the customer. I would have done differently with the production in the legs and no wings.
     
  2. nina5150

    nina5150 Active Member

    So nice to see out of the norm poses.thanks naturalist for sharing your work.
     

  3. oskare

    oskare Iceland

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    nice work naturalist

    my bench today, painting :eek:
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    and just finnished this raven for a client
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  4. rai_red

    rai_red Active Member

    hand-painting bills, strange job but you did it well Oskar and also nice raven, did one too and will post soon
     
  5. Naturalist

    Naturalist Member

    Thank you, nina5150! Alca Torda, thank you! Your Desk and the atmosphere of creativity has lifted my spirits!:) Ahead of painting several large fishes of Siberia! This attitude will help me!:). Thank you and big success!!!!!!!
     
  6. oskare

    oskare Iceland

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    I airbrush and oilpaint :)
     
  7. Museum Man

    Museum Man Well-Known Member

    very nice job on the raven
     
  8. EHile

    EHile Member

    Stunning raven, Alca Torda. Really beautiful work (as always)!
     
  9. Beautiful Raven Oskar
     
  10. Hi everyone,
    It's been a while since my last visit, but had a busy months ;)
    Cindy your corvids and other exotics are just stunning as usual. Hope one day will have a chance to work with such a nice spesies as you. Naturalist, very nice job on your owl, congrats. Also your raven Oskar is great. Nice and clean job mate 8)
    And here are some species from differend parts of the world. Some from southern warm Europe and some from colder parts of continent.
    Greetings to all of you colleagues.
    Tom


    Lapland longspur
     

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  11. Some ptarmigans in winter plumage. It took me 2 days to remove all dried blood from feathers :-\ 8 years in freezer :p
     

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  12. Shoveler
     

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  13. Avocet, second bird this year finally made for my own collection ;D
     

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  14. bucksnort10

    bucksnort10 Well-Known Member

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    Beautiful birds everyone!

    Keep up the great work.
    Dan
     
  15. And something from southern Europe, european bee-eater
     

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  16. European roller
     

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  17. Euroasian scops owl
     

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  18. And the last one is hawfinch. My inspiration for that pose was hawfinch made by one of my favorite european taxidemist from Italy
     

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  19. nina5150

    nina5150 Active Member

    Whow tom.right back at ya...that Avocet is soo darn odd and awesome at the same time...lol....i have yet to get my work looking so smooth like yours but working hard on it..how fun is it to get to mount up owls....they are all feathers...lol...great work..tks for sharing
     
  20. Naturalist

    Naturalist Member

    Thanks, LTB! All the work You do is great! Small birds - my love! :)