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Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Rick Krane, Aug 2, 2012.
No it's a LCR,
I'll mold and cast my own in Masters
Manny that piece is about as cool as it gets!
WOW Manny!!! One of the best smallmouths I've seen. Super composition as well.
You guys all should have really seen Manny's Smallmouth in person.
The entire fish, except the fins were painted with Powders by hand. Manny is really coming around fast. His work improves by leaps and bounds each year. I for one, enjoy seeing his progress each year ,and welcome him into the Masters Division in Missouri.
The lighting in the show room wasn't the best for it, it made it look really green, but in this photo , it looks truly amazing.
Manny is top notch. Very clean, and crisp.
Nice work Manny, I have been doing a little molding and casting, it's fun but not super easy for sure.
Super nice smallie Manny! I love the paint job and congrats on the ribbon!
Wow, lots of nice work guys
Manny, I have to agree with Jimmy, your work has come a long way fast. I would like to get a better look at that smallie. That is a fish few people can paint and make look convincing, they often look over painted. That one looks really good.
Keep up the great work everyone
Congrats Manny......excellent Smallie
Some very nice work going on this month as always. Here's a 17" crappie.
13.5 inch bream.......casting from Bev's Fish Creations. Crazy what different lighting does!
Here's a 20" smallie. Original cast.
NICE ONE STEVE!
Thanks Rich. Can't wait to see the one you're working on : ;D
A 12" bluegill.. Original cast.
Super nice fish everyone!! Love that brown!
What a month of outstanding work.
Here is a 62''Tarpon from New Wave. Super nice blank. Loved it.
Won't have it finished for a few days, but here are some shots of it.
all starts with good powder work....
thanks for lookin