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finished bear pics

Discussion in 'Skulls and Skeletons' started by native, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. native

    native New Member

    here are a couple of pics of a bear I finished today.

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  2. buzzbait

    buzzbait Padden's Wild & Wet Taxidermy and custom Woodwork

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    very nice..
     

  3. Looks good
     
  4. RF

    RF Member

    Very nice, it looks good.
     
  5. RDMARTIN53

    RDMARTIN53 Active Member

    Bone looks great.....lower center teeth placement?? Top bevel usually points in.
     
  6. native

    native New Member

    thanks RD I will check those. Thanks for the compliments everyone.
     
  7. Sea Wolf

    Sea Wolf Well-Known Member

    Nice job. Bears are a grease filled PITA to do. How long did it take you to finish? :)
     
  8. native

    native New Member

    3 months
     
  9. coop1212

    coop1212 Active Member

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    Just signed up to be a skullman not a dentist! Lol good job
     
  10. native

    native New Member

    LOL, and here I was so proud of this bear and then here comes RD, LOL It is good to have others to catch these type of things otherwise they go out the door incorrect.
     
  11. RDMARTIN53

    RDMARTIN53 Active Member

    Sorry native.....I hate to get teeth wrong. They usually only go in one hole. I have misplaced a few myself in the past.

    Coop....better practice Dentistry.....you should know with all those gators you get. lol
     
  12. native

    native New Member

    lol no need for an apology, I was just kiddin with you. I appreciate every bit of advise that is thrown my way. have you gotten that truck load of skulls done yet? lol
     
  13. awesome work, the bone looks great
     
  14. Very Nice !!!!
     
  15. DTSkulls

    DTSkulls Member

    Nice. What method did you use to clean it?
     
  16. native

    native New Member

    beetles