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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Waterfowler, Feb 16, 2010.
He still has a bit of attitude if you ask me Nate!
nice work every body,specially ma friend alexm,i love your eagle and mallard!
He doesn't look so bad to me! LOL!
Here is today's project.
SD I tried aligning those feather bars like you suggested looks better Thanks!
Thanks guys for all the compliments. Brian, that is one sweet piece my friend!!
That bird has great movement and attitude, great job!
Just another Peregrine (Yawn 2x whatever that means) ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
Here is a couple hours of Holiday pay!!
BUT A SHAME IT IS NOT LOOKING LIKE A DUCK ORE GEESE
SNOWY , KWEK KWEK
Taxidermists get holiday pay?
Wolfgang and Nate, very nice work, as always!
Yes but we actually have to work to get it! LOL
K-wek, Quack, Ke-wek, Quack quack qack. How about that then
Here is the completed piece.
here is one
And the Woodie pair finished,
nice job Brian , I like both of them .
Great Birds that Falcon is very well done .
not really on the work bench, but when they are on the wall that means $$$$$$ going out today
i know something looks not quite right with this, i just cant figure out what it is. perhaps you guys can pinpoint it.
i tackled that head too, molded and cast myself. it was a toughy but how does it look?
It looks pretty darned good to me! The eyes need more work and the scaps are slightly too close together, but otherwise it's pretty tight. The head/neck area is particularly nice!
Find some good flying reference pictures that show the top side of the bird, and study how the tertials, axillars and scaps work together when a duck flies. It is very easy to get it wrong since that entire area is unsupported by the form and you have to do it yourself.
Rawrock , What Nancy said X2, I think it looks very nice. Heres a couple put on the wall yesterday. Talk about "dealing" with less than decent specimens, That pintail about did me in LOL