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Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by Rick Krane, Feb 1, 2015.
Looks like a "Blue" to me Clint and nice work Jimmaay..........
first fish in quite a while for me, wont stand up to the awesome work you guys are putting out.
Thanks for the kind words about the fish, Brian, Kerby, Ollie, hambone, and fishnart!
Den, I haven't written off designing any casts in the future with clear fins, nor have I embraced the idea with open arms.
Here's a Tarpon replica finished up early last month for a client (from a King Sailfish blank)...
Another great month so far !! I hate picking out individuals from such a great line up, But I hope we see a lot more of your work UFD ! I like seeing work that inspires and yours certainly does.
Nothing finished so a work in progress from me, another Atlantic Salmon
Yah, some good stuff for sure! I feel inspiration running rampant.
And on the fifth day.......
I agree with Ollie......always great to see Uncle F'n Dave's work! ;D just incredible work...!
Timjo....I'm always inspired by your creativity and art.......I'm just not as ambitious as I should be anymore.... ;D
Ollie ...always setting the bar very high......
Tim, that rock bass really rocks. Among my favorites you've done.
Dave, well, amazing.
I'm always excited to see what everyone is able to accomplish with their talents and hard work.
Some great fish, I really love the little Rockie! An under appreciated here up north, but a shoe in for a fish fry. Not the prettiest little mug, but you made that face glow, Timjo.
Little minnow thieves!
Love the work guys, Have a great weekend.
New guy here, been painting fish since June 2014, love all the fish pics....here's a couple of mine. will post more later. Have a great weekend.
Nice work fishncatalina!
Thank you Wishbone, couple more I've done. need a better camera!
Re: The Month in Fish Pictures" ~Year 6~ February Edition 2015!!!!!!!
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Real nice addictions guys
Finished Atlantic salmon, this fish had been marked by netting/predators, and the angler wanted the marks to show.
JE....nice! I like that representation of scars...looks to be very well done. All too often a customer wants a fish mount to be "cleaned up" which may lose some of the natural look the fish actually had.
First time fish poster. doesn't compare to some of the awesome work on here, but its a work in progress. Nice work everybody.
Very nice atlantic John! Ollie