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Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Rick Krane, Jul 1, 2014.
Here are a few I finished up this week.
Thank you Wayne....!
Nice job Chad....
Doug………when you got done with the spots, did you see dark afterimages over everything for the next 3 days? Hate when that happens. Superb fish.
Steve, that pike……..my God, I swear I saw its gills move! Unbelievable! Did you have to use a super fast shutter speed to catch a live fish like that on the wall? HOw did you keep it suspended for the picture? LOL
thanks Doug!! caught on ice and held its markings nice..
Den its my pet fish and I said STAAAY..
the other thing i like about the pike mount is the way you used the light tone of the driftwood to help the fish look even better. Could we all imagine what a dark piece of driftwood would have done for this fish. Just an absolute stunning job on the pike...everything in the correct place from what i can see.
Hi all great work by everyone. Here is the bigest fish replica ihav done so far a 80kg yellowfin replica.cheers Des.
Re: The Month in Fish Pictures" ~Year 6~ July Addition 2014!!!!!!!
dondi bluegill blank that I painted up and finished this week
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Awesome work guys
Here is a Brown trout silver colour 12 lbs. Wish you all a very nice summer!! Thanks. Ollie
love that pike fishstuffer!
My first crayfish reproduction! I don't post many fish, as I'm never really excited about them, but this is a "fish"... sort of.
Unglossed, hot off the press.
Beautiful job on that crayfish. Did you cast all the parts separately ? JL
Thanks JL, not all of them separate. The walking legs are separate from the cephalothorax and abdomen, which are one piece. Pinchers are separate as well. This one was experimental; the next one will be much better.
Outstanding job on the Crayfish cast!! I love the soft mottling on the pinchers too.
Atlantic Salmon 12 lbs. Ollie
Fresh out of the paint room.
27# Lake Michigan Chinook.
Cast head and fins.
Very Nice Jim!!! Ollie
All nice fish (and cray ). I particularly like the scale tipping on that Chinook Jim F , and the pose has given me some inspiration for one of my future mounts