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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Sonnyknight, Feb 22, 2016.

  1. wa

    wa Thanks John...this depicts me better

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    Very nice Codi
     
  2. Sonnyknight

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    Here is a Linnaeus's two-toed sloth wich will go in my own personal collection. I will post some pics wen it is dun.

    Sonny :)
     

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  3. Sonnyknight

    Sonnyknight Member

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    And a common brown lemur it is also going in my collection.

    Sonny
     

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  4. Zombiegirl

    Zombiegirl Member

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    Awesome projects! I would love to see photos of the sloth finished :) I currently have one in my freezer waiting...
     
  5. MooseFriend

    MooseFriend Just a moose from Canada, eh?

    The mock up of a detailed armature for a soft-mounted wolf. I had created a small head, ribcage and hips for this small armature, also, but this is a better picture.

    All is well, I just need to measure the wolf, make a bigger version, and order the headform!

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    Beautiful Amy
     
  7. Trapper2016

    Trapper2016 Thanks for this awesome forum!

    Hello everyone,

    I got this guy done a few days ago. He turned out okay. I bought him years ago on the forum here and he sat in the freezer for a long time. But i finally got around to him. I had to do some pretty significant form alterations to a mink form in order for it to work, but it was good experience. I messed up in the form alteration though and ended up with quite a bit of excess skin. Luckily i was able to use the relief cuts on the belly to hide most of it. I think it will look much better after drying. I know i use alot of pins, but it gives me comfort and i dont mind the extra finishing work.

    You guys do amazing work on here and that beaver is awesome Amy. I have never had the desire to have one mounted or try my hand at one, until i saw that one. I didn't know they made a swimming beaver form. Its really cool. Maybe a project for the future i might try.

    Thanks
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  8. Museum Man

    Museum Man Well-Known Member

    looks good trapper
     
  9. Trapper2016

    Trapper2016 Thanks for this awesome forum!

    I really appreciate that museum man. He looks worse in person, but im trying.

    Chris
     
  10. MooseFriend

    MooseFriend Just a moose from Canada, eh?

    Aww; your ferret is so cute!
     
  11. @MooseFriend That looks really cool! I'd love to see pics once it's done.
     
  12. BrianHendricks

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    Lots of great stuff on here. Nice save on the badger LTB.
     
  13. Doug B

    Doug B Active Member

    First Fisher Mount

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  14. Sonnyknight

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    That's A nice mount and I like how many pins you put in.

    Sonny :)
     
  15. Doug B

    Doug B Active Member

    Thanks

    Pin it and it wont move, I hope, LOL
     
  16. AliciaG

    AliciaG Museum taxidermist and exhibit preparator

    Finishing up this little cape leopard today for CapeNature (wildlife conservation authority in South Africa)
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  17. Amy

    Amy Mammal artist

    Very nice Alicia!!

    Some wolves..

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  18. DavidB

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    Love those wolves. There my favorite.
     
  19. Museum Man

    Museum Man Well-Known Member

    great job amy..I've used that form for your first photo and loved it.....I really like the running one...keep up the beautiful work you do
     
  20. AliciaG

    AliciaG Museum taxidermist and exhibit preparator

    Thank you Amy! Your wolves are absolutely gorgeous.