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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by wa, Jul 23, 2007.
that looks nice!
Your skunk looks really nice. Do you use a repro nose and of so, what size and kind?
How much more were you planning on doing habitat-wise? I think it looks great as it sits. Nice job!
Yeah,Codi is beautifull... I mean her skunk is beautifull..or they both are!! ;D By the way, shouldn't this be like "mammal of the year"? Just kidding..
everything on here is so very impressive and really gives me alot of good ideas
thanks to you all
Hello , WA
I just want to say this , that is farout the best thing i have seen from The States , it looks like it is real , and i also like it because here in Europe we mount our annimals like that , i a relaxed pose , and no snaring ore overkill habbitats you know the one with 15 inc of snow and ice picksels .
And maby i am wrong , but is seems that you wrape your own models for the mammels you mount , tell me when i am wrong
Great great work , finaly a relaxed annimal
Great job on the skunk Codi. Looks really nice.
Awesome job; sometime I want to try a skunk.
Thanks everyone. Skunks are my favorite!
I didn't use a repro nose. I cut the nose off the form and then shaped a new one with apoxie, and mounted the skin over that.
my last cat
Nice work on the Skunk Codi.
Very eye pleasing piece.
Codi that skunk is awesome!
Grey Squirrel I mounted up yesterday. This one actually went together fast and easy. COnsidering I normally dont like squirrels this one was actually fun LOL..
Here is another cat just finished. I may darken his nose up some. Little to pink to me. What do yall think. I got this cat from SHOW ME. Good guy to deal with.