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Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Manny, Oct 29, 2010.
Nice job on the Perch Wishbone.
Some wholesale skin mounts...
i like the look of this!
That big trout looks nice Ollie, here is a 15" European perch cast.
wood and shrooms.
I like Your mushrooms, Randy, very cool!
Here is another species for Gauja's river project - roach Rutilus rutilus
i am working on a 31" leer fish ( lichia amia ).
Well folks it's that time of the year again, Halloween when I set aside what I should be working on.
So here's what I'm working on.
SPOOKY... gus.. mako... mako... I always thought a larger fish would be easier to paint... hope to wrap it up by the weekend.
Pink Skinmount I did for a friend, who is going to paint er' up!!!
Good luck Jesse!! Can't wait to see it finished.
Here's a 57" Canadian musky I did a month or so ago and took some "in process" pictures. This is the 2nd longest musky I've ever done. Longest was 58" from Mn.
Looking good Doug... That's quite a fish. Ought to excite the C & R fanatics!
Would love to see the finished product.
That's the Charter Captains Musky right....... ;D..........Monster Musky and I too am looking forward to seeing it done....Nice work so far.
Classic tails, nice shark, that would be a nightmare of a project for me thats for sure. Its lookin good.
Doug, that thing is a monster. Yeah, lets see a pic of that thing finished. How is that new shop working out for you?
My first grayling replica - before glossing
WOW! Sarmite that Grayling looks awesome....great job matching it up to the photo
Well, I didn't take any other finishing pics of the musky.... :-[....but here's the finished piece with my customer.
Thanks Dan, you could sneeze on a mako and make it look alive. lol Doug Holly cow... wicked, simply wicked... This is one of my favorite threads. I love to see progression.
two little brothers
Awesome stuff guys and gals!