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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by snowhare, Feb 24, 2011.
Wow! Mr. Milo that turned out very nice, thanks for posting
Looks great Milo.
Wow a real Wild European Cat
Turned out great Milo
nice cat Milo
Thanks guys for nice words... hope "garfield" will turn good also
hello to all
here is (finally) my first and hopefully last snowhare.
the hunter in Sweden chopped it apart for eating, not for taxidermy. :
lots of sewing, but turned out o.k. i think.
Snowhare were are you? please critique ;D
greetings from Austria, Karin
Snowhare were are you? please critique
I am not on here that mutch any more , but you nailed that Mountain Hare , perfect i like it , and nice groomed as well
That is a superb wildcat. I also love the snowhare. Where have you been J? Not seen you on here much at all. C.
thank you Snowhare, that means very much for me :-*
nice works Hunters
Thanks boar master!
Nice mounts Hunter
But next time when you do a Hare remember that they have a straight back , they have no curve in um ok
That is a very pleasing mount to the eyes. Would look great in a trophy room. Very nice job!
Codi great work!
hunters that wrapped works look nice!
Passed some time, and i ...found the courage to do it! (finally, what took me so long?!? )
Dear friends this is "Garfield" ...some of you know him already... it was a really big and fat male of european wild cat! Weight was 9,2 Kg - 20 Lbs (an average good one is around 5-6 Kg)
All was fine with him, except... some freezer burn, some major fat burn on belly, the skin on 3 legs cracked chaoticaly because of fat burn...and the last but actually the first was killed with 30.06 : sooo... this is it, could be a lot better, has many issues, but i didn't want to mix it a lot find a better pose because i didn't want any more surprise cracks...
Nice Milo. MAn that thing looks like it has tiny front feet. What a fat cat.
heres one for me ..havent posted any in a while
Codi great squirrel
Nice work everybody