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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
Looks good dan.
Cindy, thanks for your help.
It seems to help me do a better mount.
Still have a ways to go.
Dan, love your can bull, Looks great, I wonder what you thought that would be a problem
Fighting the wing feathers to lay flat and align as both wing had broken bones and during drying things twist and pull as you well know. : )
Thinking that if you can't get them to lay nicely before mounting, it will be even harder later.
It sure is a beautiful specimen. The hunter centered his pattern nicely. : )
I am always amazed how many birds sometimes I am hard pressed to find one shot hole.
Have a great Christmas Ranier! Thanks for the compliment. It means a lot to me.
[Thank you so much for the compliments on the peacock you guys <: ]
Damn, Dan! Broken bones on both wings? o: Amazing work
beautiful job on the loon!
Hope you can make it out with the background clutter - flushing pintail with no pins
Oh now thats a good lookin mount...very nice wildthings
very nice pintail
do you need pins?
I have a spare set laying around somewhere.
Mr Snort yessir I would think he would. I have only one single spare
very nice work everyone
my bench these last weeks(well what i had time to photograph)
kids first arctic fox(legally hunted here) but he was a little to close
and a long eared owl that spent to much time on the road side slipped on the left eye so i had to improvise :/
wow...great save on both of those Alca! You are magical!
and patience to boot . . .
X2.that fox looks amazing.i would of trashed it .you sir are a true master of the art of patience and taxidermy.great save and amazing work my friend
Oskar, both are fantastic saves, beautiful
Mallard and Mottled with my own cast heads
Woody with another self cast head
beautiful work everyone
Here's a young man's first duck!!