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Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by duckfeathers, Feb 28, 2010.
Needs 1 month drying time before coloring. Base needs finish also.
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.
Great job. ;D Dan
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.
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!!!
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)