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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by snowhare, Feb 24, 2011.
I don't wrap much. But here are some recent opossums. They are not finished yet.
I really like those Keith
That second one is pretty cool
great job codi...was there a lot of fat on the dog? possums also look very nice.....great job on all
Re: Wrapped mounts only Opossum
Re: Wrapped mounts only Shrew?
Wow! How did you manage to skin that tiny thing and mount it?
Re: Wrapped mounts onlyowl
Wrapped body with some clay.
Carved the head out of foam.
Used The original legbones ,wrapped with fein woodwol(exelsior)and clay
Sleepy little bunny for a TV production! It is supposed to look more tired, going to adjust it's eyes to only slightly open as it dries.
wa. You are absolutely right about capturing the fluidity. those were amazing. I am going to try a wrapped mount because of your photo's. I can see why it would help, because you can position the limb's after mounting. That is wonderful work! I loved those mount's!
Codi, That is the most beautiful, natural mount I have ever seen. Absolutely gorgeous.
Very nice. I have a lot of fox, Bobcat, and coon's in the freezer. I would like to wrap body's to save expense. They are all for myself mount's.
Nice mounts everyone! Here are a couple of skunks I recently completed.
That looks great, Codi! How do you get the lower jaw line so perfect? That's my biggest issue right now, horrid lower-jaw shrinkage/distortion on my squirrels and small critters.
How's this for a newbie wrap? Large, female golden hamster. Natural skull + excelsior body:
Hi, it is just clay and glue and getting the skin thin and watching over it the first two days.
European pine marten with shot neck, hopefully not visible anymore. (wrapped body with original skull)