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35 inch Gatorpalooza Gator "drying out"

Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by duckfeathers, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. duckfeathers

    duckfeathers New Member

    Needs 1 month drying time before coloring. Base needs finish also.

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  2. Lisa M

    Lisa M Swing like no one is watching...lol

    Awwwwww...look at your gator! :) I very much like the driftwood thing. ;) Good job. I got mine home safe & sound too. My cat thinks it's a BAD bad bad gator that needs hissed at. The kids' cat is too busy to bother looking interested. :p

  3. michael p.

    michael p. Getting better with age :)

    Looks great!
  4. psycho

    psycho 2011 WORLD CHAMPIONS!

    Great job. ;D Dan
  5. duckfeathers

    duckfeathers New Member

    Thank you friends......The gator is getting firm. No voids or depressions have delveloped so far. A few nice wrinkles have formed at the back leg joints which look natural. The base foam is going to be covered with palmetto leaves, etc......... I am thinking of entering it in some future competition. Not for any ribbon but to show what can be done at a seminar and encourage more of it ...... And to thank Tom Voyer, Matt Zimmerman, the PTA and the UTA for their tremendous generosity and vision.

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  6. You did awesome my friend!! it was people like you that made gatorpalooza a great success, and a really cool way of doing an interactive seminar!!! You did a great!!!
  7. Be sure and post pics when it is all finished!! It was great meeting you and sharing some laughs while we were learning at the same time !!!! 8)