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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by oldterryr, May 28, 2007.
here ya go.
here's a face picture of one i did several years ago - customer requested blue eyes
Neat caracals, and new bobcat. thnx
hay take a look at this on ebay 110166570199 their mounts are better then the pic they say. nice, and their coyote looks like it could be their work.
thier pics are taken directly from the mckenzie catalog
Wow, this guy lives down the road from me and I've never heard of him. His must specialize in foxes and bobcats because his coyote is pretty rough. I'm sure his panting fox looks a he11 of a lot better though!!!
new coyote - hey post some pictures of your mounts
Here is one
Here is another
Alaskan Cross Fox.....The picture dont do it justice but my picture taking is getting better....lol
And NO he is not cross eyed, its just the shadow in the picture....lol
Beautiful fox! Crosses are so pretty
i know him well....................ol' cross eye (LOL)
mountian lion i put together today had to alter the form from a left turn to a right turn may not sound like much trouble but it took me 2 1/2 hours to alter those front legs & the head and neck
Mr Davis how long does it take you to mount a coyote or bobcat?
mr daivs is my dad - my name is terry -
coyote full body - 10-12 hours start to finish (wild guess)
Is that just mounting or do you dry preserve yours and thats every thing?
mtn. lion it tight,like the look.nice job
i tan everything - time is wag (wild ass guess) - mounted over a week
2 hours to skin/turn/ throw in tan
1 1/2 hours to final flesh
ear - eye- lip - face - 2 hours
manniken prep 45 minutes - 2 hours depending on what needs done
install art. nose - ear liners (dont always do) 60 minutes
actual mounting 3-4 hours
finish work 45 minutes
everything is variable - most coyotes i get in are already skinned but not turned
sometimes i dont have to modify forms and sometimes it takes 90 minutes
Puma I just finished. Finally!