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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by BrookeSFD16, Sep 1, 2015.
Gotta love them goldeneye. Nice job!!
Love the wood duck Brook!
I was always wondering, how is it possible to mount turkeys like you do it in U.S. I wish I could do it like that. Hope one day I will make it
Amazing birds capnmike.
Last one for the year!
Amazing work everyone. Thanks for sharing.
Brooke you have very clean looking and well groomed birds,so not to criticize but all you need is to study wings for proper bends ,look at cheris mounts to get an idea,then study photos of live birds in flight
Byrdman thanks. I still have a looong way to go. And I still struggle very much with anatomy and interpretation of reference. Thanks for the compliments on my grooming. There was a time not long ago that I thought I would never figure that part out. Practice practice patience.
check out the wing tut by txoutdoors if you can find it....that way of cleaning wings will go a long way...they almost position themselves when skun his way
Here you go Brookes
Wing Skinning by txoutdoors http://www.taxidermy.net/forum/index.php/topic,300840.msg2067772.html#msg2067772
Wing Setting by txoutdoors http://www.taxidermy.net/forum/index.php/topic,294523.msg2031027.html#msg2031027
Last one completed. I couldn't talk him into a base.
Brett! That's beautiful.
Hello to all. It has been a little slow lately but the mounts being posted all look very nice. I always enjoy seeing everyones works. I am posting a nice Texas woodie that I recently completed. Take care, Paul.
nice "chunkins" woodie