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Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by RyanP, May 21, 2011.
Can you use gasoline to degrease coons? Or is that just for birds.
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Thanks for the tutorial. I've been moun ting birds for over 30 years and this is the first time I ever came across another taxidermist that uses acrylic paints and hand paints like I do. Do you have aa reason for not using an airbrush?Just curious.
i use a brush and acyrlycs because I feel i can get better results with them. I just dont seem to have the coordination for an airbrush. maybe if i had the time to practice with one, but i work another full time job, and barely have time for the taxidermy that i do.
Thanks Ryan, Great tutorial.
Wow, good tutorial, I wrote note on "different " techniques you use that I do not, One big question out to all bird taxidermist, What is the key to the hood standing up perfectly and not splitting right or left slightly after done???
This is my favorite duck. When I got my first one the thing was flying about 60mph. I have never seen a bird fly so fast. Great job not only on tutorial but on harvest of this guy...
This is the type of information that made me register on the site. I appreciate your efforts to post this. THX!
agreed. Thanks very much. I just got done (minus painting and injecting the feet) with my first taxidermy attempt using this tutorial.
FINALLY!!! A tutorial that shows how to paint a duck bill without having to use an airbrush!!! I've got a Black/Green mallard color phase in the freezer that I've been stressing about having no way to paint the beak without needing expensive tools. ;D. Now I can thaw that thing out, and get some pics of it on here!!! ;D
Ha ha X2! Whats up with that?