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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Doylestudio, Apr 2, 2010.
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Thanks John coming from you that means allot !! The customer loved it was a night mare to mount the neck skin was 21 and the form was 25 glad to be back on birds
Great work everyone
Excellent coyote eye and Lion.....VERY nice.
Wow Leslie, that Mink looks really nice. I love the lay method for animals that size. Can't believe that is only your 2nd life size, it really looks great. -Marty
All these are great!
Leslie, I like that little mink. A very lifelike pose.
couple of hyenas
Curious what type of paint you use on your eye work. That coyote is exceptional!
Thank you Marty & Jon
hers one that went out a while back
Gab......very nice!.....I especially like the lechwe. gary
Here is a bear I started a long time ago and just got around to finishing. I am very pleased with him.
Side view. The driftwood root piece is one I got on Lake Michigan while hunting. I carried the damn thing about a mile to ge tit out.
Great bear Marty. Where in on the lake did you get the driftwood? I need some.
I bowhunt every year around Cedar River in the UP, that is where I stock up.
gab, nice lechwe and blackbuck!
Beautiful little Dik Dik ... Kirk's?
Tell me ... what are those tracks he is laying in!? Very cool concept! And is that a spear head in the foreground? I love little touches like that! These creatures are so primitive looking, and so delicate. Great job!
Hey John, thanks!
yes it´s a Kirk´s or Damara Dikdik. These are giraffe tracks, and it is an original arrow head from Bushmen, namibia. By the way, this is a real HUGE trophy, SCI bow/arrow No 3...