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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by wings II, Jan 2, 2015.
Hey Matt, is this the original skull ? How did you preserve it and do I see right, is it a greylag ?
Re: The "Before and After" Thread.
Older mount that fell and hit the fireplace. Maybe he shouldn't have it over it to start with. The mount was rough to start with so I think it looks ok.
Very nice B&A on the mulie Brett
I'm not sure but that before pic might just be a pic of BigFoot as blurry as it is......... ;D
I found my osprey restoration pictures again, for those that didn't see them when I posted them in BOTW some years ago.
This bird was full of tabak stains and leaked fat out it's belly, yumm ;D A little bit of hair bleach and new colours on the feet and head, good as new. Or at least better than before.
I gave it a new wire in the neck too, because it was brocken.
Thank you for the kind words KMA.
Greetings, Karin not Karen he he
No problem KMA, Karen must be the American version of my name then. ;D
You'll have to excuse him, he's not focused lately..... ;D.....nice work Karin and that blurry duck turned out nice and clear Matt......
Heres a before and after in the same pic?kinda???? What a normal skull looks like before a foe patina finish.
how cool is that
Its in the works as we speak. .. ;D...i just fleashed a piggy an hour ago..
Very cool thread thus far. Here is my most recent mount. My rarest bird I have shot, and the most damaged also. Well over 20 shot holes throughout. Luckily no holes in the feet, and only one minor hole in the bill.
Prettiest bill I have seen, blue faded to yellow.
Alex COOL looking duck maybe a F2 hybrid meaning one of the parents was a hybrid
Nice job on the blue-billed mallard! (They exist, and they aren't hybrids - just Google mallard blue bill)
That's a really rare mutation and it's quite a trophy.
Nancy I have never seen a mallard with yellow feet so I don't know
Here is the "before" feet. I had assumed it had pintail in it. The red breast feathers extended much farther down its belly than a normal mallard.
This wood duck with shot with a 2 blade rage. this is the before and you can see the entrance and exit.