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Any interest in a fish molding and casting DVD?

Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Bryan Russell, Jan 15, 2014.

  1. DT10Sam

    DT10Sam No flow no go!

    Count me in as well. always interested in learning other techniques.

    Regards.
    Sam
     
  2. Ken 2

    Ken 2 Member

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    add me to the list
     

  3. Bryan Russell

    Bryan Russell Active Member

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    Hey guys, Been out of the loop for several weeks with a terrible allergic reaction.
    Getting going again.
    FYI, I am planning to start taping sometime in Late February when the crazy weather evens out.
    I will post price on video as soon as I get some info back on editing and such.
    Any input as to other topics or areas of concern for anyone?
    Will keep you posted.
     
  4. boarhunter67

    boarhunter67 Well-Known Member

    If you can, include how to mold the inside of a mouth. I've molded fish before and that's the part that's always difficult for me. Fins also give me trouble since the mold always sticks together and I have to put tiny pieces of dried resin inside to keep it thick enough to not squeeze out all the resin and then I end up having to dremmel them.
     
  5. I'am In.
     
  6. barend

    barend Member

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    I am interested.
     
  7. Steves Taxidermy

    Steves Taxidermy "Speak The Language"

    I'm in...
     
  8. Steven Klee

    Steven Klee Steven Klee Studios

    I have always been fascinated with reproductions, of all kinds. I am sure there will be plenty of good info on this dvd to help even us veteran repro guys. Count me in for sure.

    I think allot of people, including the ones who have been doing their own reproductions for a while, would be interested in fin materials. I get allot of questions from people about what to use to get the most transparent fin.

    Best, Steve
     
  9. I'll take one.
     
  10. warthog

    warthog Member of VVA and VFW

    Transparent fins are OK when you are doing smaller fish...but for the most part...I like mine semi-translucent.
     
  11. Steven Klee

    Steven Klee Steven Klee Studios

    It's all personal preference. It doesn't matter to me personally how transluscent the body fins are, I'm comfortable enough in the painting process to give the appearance of transluscency either way. It is however more relevant to some people in warmwater fish as opposed to coldwater fish. It's also important in many species as far as pectoral fins go.

    Best, Steve
     
  12. Eric E.

    Eric E. Member

    I'll take one!
     
  13. Soon as its ready Ill buy one
     
  14. If you will ship to an APO I am game.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I747 using Ohub Campfire mobile app
     
  15. put me in for one. do you use smooth-on products?
     
  16. I've always had an interest.
     
  17. Pilks

    Pilks New Member

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    Yes PLEASE !!!!!!!!
     
  18. Fishman

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  19. sosizola

    sosizola New Member

    I'm really interested!
     
  20. brelo

    brelo Winchester

    I'm interested!!!