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

  1. babak

    babak Active Member

    Some old stuffs and sculpts.

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  2. rai_red

    rai_red Active Member

    Nice to see you back Babak and that you are well, love the roller, one of my favourite birds but impossible to get here in Germany
     

  3. babak

    babak Active Member

    hey rainer,glad to see you again very energetic and active! roller is plentiful here,and love it as well.
     
  4. bucksnort10

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    A Lake Michigan oldsquaw.
     

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  5. Wildthings

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    Nice Oldsquaw. Wanna see it complete!!
     
  6. bucksnort10

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    okay, when its dry ;)

    Barry, here is its head.
     

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  7. nina5150

    nina5150 Active Member

    Whow...see and you were worried about the head and neck...looks damn smooth to me...
     
  8. bucksnort10

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    yeah with a little help from a friend . . . thanks

    looking forward to seeing some littler birdies ;)
     
  9. Wildthings

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    very purty!!
     
  10. Brian

    Brian Active Member

    Nice and smooth bucksnort.but maybe it's the lighting but the bill color looks wrong.
     
  11. bucksnort10

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  12. nina5150

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    Man.this guy was a struggle and to top if off i lost his neck measurements. ..:(....sorry brian i let you down on this one...please feel free to critique.i have a hen to go with him..

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  13. Brian

    Brian Active Member

    You didn't let me down.im honored to have gifted you him and the hen.i think he looks amazing.so happy you got your dead mounts now.dont be hard on yourself cindy.your bird work is amazing
     
  14. FF/Birdman

    FF/Birdman Active Member

    Cindy WOW ! Very nice job. Thanks for posting.
     
  15. nina5150

    nina5150 Active Member

    Aww wow guys thanks so much. hoping the hen goes a little easier..lol... ;D
     
  16. bucksnort10

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    Cindy
    for just getting into birds you are doing great!
    keep it up
    Dan
     
  17. bucksnort10

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    a few shattered bones . . .
    (wing bone surgery)
    oh well, always dreamed of being a doctor one day :)
    but it sure is a nice ducky

    looks like I will have a "little" grooming to do later
     

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  18. rai_red

    rai_red Active Member

    Cindy, your bluewing looks fantastic, I am looking forward to see him together with the hen
    Dan, that bull can looks great, I don´t know which problems you have, I have got two from a good friend from the US and will start to do them after Christmas, will be the first time for me to work with one
     
  19. bucksnort10

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    thanks Rainer

    I tried pre-grooming some of the coverts but wasn't having much luck.
    Thinking it will be even more of a fight later.

    A drake can is my favorite duck. :)
    Very fortunate to have this one gifted to me by Bob Jungman.
    That is so awesome of him to help me out.
     
  20. nina5150

    nina5150 Active Member

    Tks so much Rainer..
    Another huge thank you to brian for gifting me the beautiful hen to the beautiful drake...i know it looks a little bumpy but i have no space for rhe standered wood back base..

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