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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by snowhare, Feb 24, 2011.
Hopes this helps
nice , Alex
I have got to try that
Many thanks for sharing that alexm. Wishing you well, stargazer.
Well dun for an oll man like ya self's eh , looks so easy but its not ;D ;D ;D ;D
hey snowy great looking mounts you got there 8) the best daniel 8)
Hello everyone, i wish you a nice Day.
here is a customer request: stone marten with a wild rabbit. (first rabbit for me) Marten was a roadkill an the fur was not in best shape :-\
Samson, that's real nice. Great job.
what kind of foam do you carve the head from? is it the kind you carve fish bodies from
I Need to say that Rabbit is very werll , i like the way it lays on there , good job
Where do you get your exselsior from , i mean what company ya bay it from eh
looks a good grade to me mate
Nice work everybody! Here is a very young lynx mounted yesterday, wrapped of course..... Ollie
Nice Lynks Ollie , well don as usual
That Lynx is sweeeeeeet !
Wow! Snowhare, you do the craziest mounts... can't wait to see those Kazakh squirrels done These are all fantastic; I've been meaning to start wrapping, but until I get my own studio that isn't going to happen... I'm so watching this thread...
Thanks for your kind words about my work , i realy hope when you have your own shopp that you will enyio wrapping your own mounts
PS THERE ARE A LOT OFF OTHER VERY GOOD BODY WRAPPERS ON HERE TO EH , LEST NOT FORGET THAT
You're welcome! I'm getting a studio this August...
Just scanned through the rest of this thread; what is amazing (and all the work shown here has been unbelievable) is the range you can get with wrapping. From sloths to mink and foxes and sea lions... it's so versatile...
wrapping can be applied to just about anything, mammals, birds, reptiles, game heads even fish, all can be done with a bale of woodwool and plenty 'a' thread,, 8)