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What is everyone working on !!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by VS1, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. fesekula

    fesekula Active Member

    Nina you do really good work. I am still working with my crayons.
  2. Vellu

    Vellu New Member

    Very nice work everyone!!!! Here's coming my open mouth moose pedestal. Almost done ! :-\

  3. Oráiste

    Oráiste New Member

    Nice work nina. I also have a lot of problems when scanning my art, never looks as good.
  4. moongast01

    moongast01 My first love is God my second is My Wife....

    The moose is wonderfull and Nina your drawing is just GREAT.
  5. Boy that Nina is one heck of an Artist , as is allot of others here . great work . I cant figure out how to put pictures on this thing ,I just mounted a HUGE Saskatchewan buck , But what i had been working on is my own web site. www.clinestaxidermy.com
  6. Whitetails Haven

    Whitetails Haven New Member

    A few I recently finished up..... The first is on a McKenzie 9700, the second on a 9600 and was a set of sheds from last year mounted on a VanDykes antler mount system, and the third on a Meder full sneak offset.

  7. Mike108

    Mike108 Guest

    Good looking deer Haven
  8. BillFromPa

    BillFromPa Active Member

    Still need to groom this one. I love the colors on this guy.

  9. mdupertuis

    mdupertuis Active Member

    I am about half way done with a competition piece involving a bobcat caught in a trap confronted by a coyote. This is my first large habitat, and I am trying to duplicate the pine woods here in NC. The bobcat is drying, and I haven't done any painting or finish work. Pardon the poor pictures.....too big to move to a better background by myself.
  10. Nina Lukaszewicz

    Nina Lukaszewicz Outdoor Dreams Taxidermy

    Nice work everyone, mdupertuis, That's going to be one neat competition piece.

    TRAPPERGIRL Proud Member-Taxidermy M.A.F.I.A. & Taxinet Clique

    can't wait to see the bobcat and coyote finished -- great idea on that -- the cats expression looked great from what i could see :)
  12. Nina Lukaszewicz

    Nina Lukaszewicz Outdoor Dreams Taxidermy

    More things that have been keeping me busy:

    A tiger's face framed in the shape of a butterfly, Pencil drawing. This was a tattoo design commission.


    My doe mount is driving me crazy. I'm trying to get the ear position estimated before I get ready to work on the mount. These are ears back earliners, so I need them to be positioned back. I love the ear set on this reference pic. That's what I'm trying to recreate but I need more angles of a live deer like this to pull this off right.


  13. Finished last week. It was my first pedestal. He was caped a little too short for it, but I think it turned out OK.
    This week I'm working on: An otter, an antelope doe, and a whitetail mooing. Sorry if my pictures are too big.


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  14. Budders

    Budders New Member

    Monster, that is an awesome mount!!
  15. AndyH

    AndyH New Member

    Mdupertuis, very nice mount. However, don't most competitions have rules against animals cought in traps? I hope the one your going to doesn't; it is a great scene.
    - Andy
  16. mdupertuis

    mdupertuis Active Member

    I had never heard about that rule.....but thanks for the heads up, I will contact them and be sure.
  17. AndyH

    AndyH New Member

    I saw it in some rulebook... but I'm not sure what show it was. If all else fails, you could just take off the trap, and add a dead carcas that the bobcat is gaurding, or something...
  18. mdupertuis

    mdupertuis Active Member

    I have a cottontail I was going to use, but since I have never done one, thought take an easier route.....
  19. hoytman

    hoytman UTA Member

    First Mule deer

    Here is a few pics I took of my first mule deer mount. Just finished it yesterday.
  20. hoytman

    hoytman UTA Member

    My first buck with a muzzaloader

    Not a monster but my family and I called this buck limpy. we seen him several times during bow season but passed him up. He must have injured himself because his front right hoove was all messed up and he "limped".... So my 6 year old son were out with the thompson center Omega one day after he got out of kindergarted and we spotted a pig. We snuck up and got him... while we were leaving our hunting area limpy walked right out in the open about 30 yards. We got down, he walked to about 15 yards broadside (left to right), I hammered him, I always thought the guy was a 8 point, never really seen his left side. Until I walked up on him. 4 on the right and a long spike on the left. Unique deer, I finished him a couple days ago.