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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by snowhare, Feb 24, 2011.
your work is so beautiful....way above fantastic..
TOMMOROW ILL BE DOOING A BIG OLL FATT EURO BADGER , THAT FRIGGEN THING MUST BE OVER 34 POUND BAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
How did the Badger go Snow? Greasy and messy job that is, look forward to seeing it! I love the ermine stoat chasing the mouse, has to be one of my favourite mounts ever! Outstanding work. Also, this post was a great idea, I love it!
yes i made that fatt darn euro badger , but the weather is bad , so hopefully i can show you pictures tomorrow ok
Absolutely gorgeous kastaway! Love that mouse
Snowy did you get the badger done? I was doing one and was going to post some North American badgers tomorrow
Marking -- and Snowy can't wait to get your DVD ;D
WA That thing was terrible the noose got busted of by a truck , but ill make a fiew pictures this weekend , first need to get my brand new studio clean like a hospital
Ooh! Just found this oldie! Excelsior wrapped and clay sculpted actual skull and wrapped neck. There is a sculpted tongue in the mouth as well.
When did you did that Wolf , like how many years ago
1979! Like I said ... an oldie!
Snowy your newest are amazing
Can't wait to see the dvd too! I'll definitely be using what I learned in the seminar on my rats!
Thanks here , i hope you lke em dvd s ;D ;D
here's a fox scratching his ear that I'm working on...he just needs his head...
That looks good pinkfuzzibunnies.
LOOKING REALY NICE , LIKE TO SEE IT WHEN I IS FINNISHED
I like it
A great example, good detail, can you post the finished mount when complete? Thanks for sharing it, wishing you well, stargazer.
Here snowy done rat and dang weasel ;D ;D ;D
Verry nice mounts ya did there me mate , and where have i seen a jumping ermie before eh, le me think