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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Daniel M., Oct 24, 2011.
Two Thumbs UP!!!
Looking good Daniel, but then again I`m not surprised! Your love of nature shows in your work.
oustanding artist in the making
Your work is incredible, but I just adore the expression on that bobcat!
WOW!!! Those mounts are awesome!!! Thanks for sharing!!!
Truly awesome work Daniel. They look like they are going to move any minute.
Dude you got mad skills!!! GREAT work!
Thank you all again so much for the nice comments. I got a new phone that lets me take pictures right off Facebook and put them on here, and for whatever reason, untill now I was unable to add the serval and bat group to this post.
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HE already is.......
Daniel you are a true artist and I will always look forward to seeing how you continue to grow as a taxidermist.
What more can one say. Your work is fantastic.......
Those mounts are phenomenal, no doubt. But aren't snow leopards (That is a snow leopard, right?) endangered? I don't mean any disrespect. I truly don't, but I do hope that it was a zoo/pre-ban snow leopard. Or it's a reproduction.
That bobcat is adorable. It reminds me so much of my cat. It's definitely my favorite
Mind blowing quality and creativity!!!!
Clara, he has permits for his work. so please don't try assuming things.
That doesn't answer my question. I'm glad it's legal, but I'm curious as to where he got the hide. I'm not trying to make assumptions. I just want to know where he got the hide, that's all.
Hey Clara D., that's okay, no harm in asking
The snow leopard was done for a museum, and they were kind enough to write up an extra document so that I could travel across the country with it and enter it at the show. Originally the one part died at a zoo, and the other part was a confiscated poached skin (it's made from 2 snow leopards) ;D Neither one was a perfect skin, so I did my best to make a perfect skin.
Thanks for the nice comment on the bobcat, a lot of people really liked it, including my own Dad! He has never really liked any other mount that I have ever done. That meant more to me than the ribbon
Thank you, Daniel! I feel much better knowing that. I would have never known that it was two leopards. It's a Franken-leopard! And I'm glad that poached skins are being put to use. Not just wasted. You truly did it justice
Who wouldn't like your bobcat? Even my vegan coworkers would probably like it. It's good to hear that your dad liked it. He should be mighty proud.
Oh, and I'm looking forward to seeing that lioness you posted earlier. Looks like a fun project!
Simply outstanding Daniel, Congrats!!!
Love the civet,black leopard, and bobcat. The Snow Leopard is nice too. In the black leopard, is the cub a reproduction or did the cub die of something too?
The leoard cub was still born.