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Lifesize Mammal of the Month #25 (4/10-5/10)

Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Doylestudio, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. Awsome work everyone,thanks for sharing.
     
  2. sonarie

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    44lb European ginger badger
     

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  3. Matt

    Matt Active Member

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    How about the face of a little kitty!(LOL)
     

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  4. Cathy

    Cathy N.E.A.T President

    Really like that one, Matt
     
  5. darton

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    Matt ! Your eye work on that coyote is excellent ! Did you take any close-up pictures of the clay work just before mounting ? I would love to see it.
     
  6. bowmantax

    bowmantax New Member

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  7. tjaxtax

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    Good Job everyone. Matt love the cat!
     
  8. Furrtiv

    Furrtiv New Member

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    I'm no pro, so my stuff isn't quite in the same league as the rest of you guys, but here's a little novelty fellow I did a couple of months back;

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  9. Silverose01

    Silverose01 Proud member of LTBBOI

    Haha cute novelty mount :D
     
  10. Jerry Huffaker

    Jerry Huffaker Well-Known Member

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    Very Nice Matt!
     
  11. alexm

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    Here's one going out today
    Alex.
     

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  12. Furrtiv

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    Thanks Kari, :) I know the novelties aren't everyone's cup of tea, but after almost managing to completely wreck this little guy, I think I managed a salvage job reasonably well. His back feet were crumbling away (I'd got him already tanned but with the feet still in, and they were like dry mush inside) and then I managed to accidentally pull off the end of his tail. Added to that, I destroyed one ear by rtying to superglue a little bit of it ans spilling the superglue gel! Well, I learned a lot of lessons with that one!
     
  13. WNWA

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    great mounts everyone, thanks for sharing with us
     
  14. deerlvr

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    Great work this week. Matt really nice coyote. Real clean.
     
  15. ShawnK

    ShawnK Don't take criticism to heart, it's a free lesson

    great kudu!
     
  16. PercaFluviatilis

    PercaFluviatilis ...I hunt , therefore I am...

    Muskrat

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  17. LordRusty

    LordRusty If I agreed with you, we'd both be wrong.

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    It's not a Kudu ... it's a Nyala. ;) And a nice job on it at that!
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    While they are related through their grouping - Tragelaphines, which include Greater and Lesser Kudu; Common and Lord Derby or Giant Eland; Sitatunga; Bushbuck; and Bongo - they are different Antelope.

    Alex, send me a full resolution picture to my e-mail [email protected] and I'll make it look real nice for you. A piece like that deserves a nice photo to show clients. ;)

    John.
     
  18. ShawnK

    ShawnK Don't take criticism to heart, it's a free lesson

     
  19. Here's my 2nd lifesize and my first mink. Also my first time trying the lay-method. These little guys are so cute! :D

    ~Leslie

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  20. jmj

    jmj Member

    my first yote
     

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