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Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Rick Krane, Oct 2, 2011.
Love it Ollie!
Atlantics are the ultimate and you guys have the biggest and best over there for sure
some great work
Great looking Atlantic Salmon ! Very clean, well done ..!
Hey guys, thanks for the nice words on my recent fish I posted. Ollie, nice Atlantic. My knowledge is ZERO when it comes to them. The Atlantic I posted was a very fat Brown trout blank with the head and fin modified and painted like a somewhat silverish female Atantic. The client worked with me on this with lots of instructions. Yours are nice. I'm confused when it comes to coldwater fish.
Rich B. I'm glad to see you are doing some skin mounts.
Jimmy, what do I owe you this month for sayin good things about my fish? Your fees are getting a little to high. Can't afford it any longer. Just kiddin man, thanks for the comments.
Its nice to pop in here every now and then and see everyones recent fish work, and its fun to participate in this thread.
Re: Re: The Month in Fish Pictures" ~Year 5~ October 2011 !!!!!!!!
Dan, your fish are fantastic! I enjoy seeing your work each month.
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Another couple of Lake Country Blanks
Hey that laker makes you look small.. lol Sweet ... Here is my Buick. thank goodness it's done. 329 Mako.
Here are some scar effects courtesy of Rick Krane.. thanks for all the tips brother.
wow...nice work on the Mako CT.......here's a nothing special LM...it had virtually no markings but I put in some faint ones anyhow......
That laker looks awesome!..got any closeups
I agree, the laker is very nice. A char. He has lots of detail work but after all was said and done it just doesn't show. I would welcome any comments if you care to P.M. me.
That mako is stunning!! Great work here again!!!
Wow very nice detail lets hope i can do this well on my first rep before i get to the real work
Thank you Brian and JP for the kind words on the mako. It's all smoke a mirrors... if I had to do it over again I'd change my approach, such a learning curve on new fish but thats what makes it enjoyable and frustrating.. I'd liked to make one for the kids they thought it was so cool. lol
Bearded stone loach Noemacheilus barbatulus
Some Excellent work once again...
Sarmite, your "Bearded stone loach Noemacheilus barbatulus", reminds me a little bit of the Round Goby's we have in Lake Erie now...They arrived thru tha ballast of ocean going ships from the Baltic Sea..
This week I have finished an 11" White Crappie from my mold collection..
Another pic of the fins..
Beautiful work everyone! Sarmite I always love your pix.You do such unique stuff!
Den007, I just busted my gut!!!!! ;D