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Discussion in 'Habitat and Exhibit' started by IDForkHorn, May 8, 2012.
Awesome work Troy , you and your imagination unreal, well you make it look real.
Here's a few I've done...
It seems I have much to learn... On the big rocks are you just using foam or is there something better to make them with?
great bases everyone
Pedestal I competed with
While studying with Rick Carter he has a philosophy that if he flew in a helicopter over and area (any area, mountains, swamp, forest) and threw base diameter size rings out and later went back to find those rings what would be in them. His point was some people tend to crowd to much stuff in one habitat setting….sometimes less is more. The next time walking through the woods imagine a diameter the size of a medium base and study what is in the area.
Lots of work, but I am happy with the result. I built it all, used artificial rock pieces from McKenzie's and added as many little things as I thought would work. I built the hornet nest by dismantling a larger one and then carefully gluing it together over the limb.
[email protected] Looks great , the base is terrific!
this is for a Duck I am working on,
Stuffit44, that's amazing!
You should do a tutorial!
Very nice love the snow and ice!! Looks very really!!
Very nice!! X2 on the tutorial!!
2 Ermine on tabletop snow scene
Wall Hanging Bluegill Habitat
Bluegill with Leech
everything looks great everyone Im working on a few for fish and deer I'll have to post when im done.
just finished this rock for a huge walleye, maybe a little to square for me..