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Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Rick Krane, Jul 2, 2011.
That Chum Salmon is some of the nicest work I have ever seen. Nicest hell...it is outstanding.
PETE...that's NEAT...sure looks SWEET gazing upon it is a visual TREAT!! ;D
no doubt, that is really chum salmon there....... ;D........NICE.
Very very nice Pete!!!! Ollie
Pete, that was an interesting project you posted on your Chum Salmon...Taxidermy and mold/casting....done very well !
I finished a Custom cast lake Erie Smallmouth this week and thought I would post a few pics..
A close up ...
One last pic......
This is my personel best 40" Musky, an LCR replica (signiture series )
Also my first Musky paint job..... Go easy ;D
The chum was great!
Nice trout elk74!
Very nice smallie Dondi!
And I love the musky Manny! I really like the subtle bar markings and the flesh look in the head. I'd say for your first musky, that's great.
Thank you for the kind words about my fish, so very much appreciated.
Rich, I didn't know you were a poet
Nice work Manny and Don.
Nice work guys! You really have me chomping at the bit to get started back on fish. Especially since I just got my Jet in.
same walleye..with the base started
Nice walleye wishbone. I really like the base so far!
Nice Walleye wishbone,I love the Walleyes that have been posted
It's wonderful to see this post still thriving with all the great work being posted: Congratulations to all of you for your outstanding efforts!
Pete, it takes some industrial-sized cajones to add all that blood to an absolutely gorgeous paint scheme like that.
Rich, another purtty Brown! This week I'll be starting to put paint on that beautiful Chinook replica that I got from you - thanks for your great service on it and I look forward to working more with you in the future.
Here are a couple recent Chinook Salmon replicas, the first is one that I did for a client from Pennsylvania of a 45" SE Alaska ocean-caught fish. It had a few unique scars near the caudal peduncle and he wanted them added to the finished replica...
This next fish has a bit of history. I originally molded it 15+ years ago and only this year completed a pedestal copy of it for the guy that caught it on the Kenai River in Alaska that long ago. It is a brute at about 51"-52"...
feels nice to finally have somethin to put on this thread...
Very nice fish everyone.
Dave, if I could paint a "silver" fish like you I could die a happy man, I could look at your work all day !
UFD great work as always even thou I didn't get to see a lot of your habitat work as I would like to, maybe next time.