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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Doylestudio, Apr 2, 2010.
Awsome work everyone,thanks for sharing.
44lb European ginger badger
How about the face of a little kitty!(LOL)
Really like that one, Matt
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.
Good Job everyone. Matt love the cat!
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;
Haha cute novelty mount
Very Nice Matt!
Here's one going out today
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!
great mounts everyone, thanks for sharing with us
Great work this week. Matt really nice coyote. Real clean.
It's not a Kudu ... it's a Nyala. And a nice job on it at that!
Kudu Bull ...
Nyala Bull ...
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.
Here's my 2nd lifesize and my first mink. Also my first time trying the lay-method. These little guys are so cute!
my first yote