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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by BrookeSFD16, Jan 22, 2017.
Brooke your wood duck hen is so bright and shiny!Good job!
Thank you. Means alot coming from you!
I still have to put a wash on legs..yrs that is a hole in wing i have to fix when dry..lol
Cindy you get the coolest birds!
Everybody's work is quite inspiring and humbling.
You all make it look too easy.
Finally getting back into mounting some birds
Those are some awesome looking mounts.
You should be proud of your work.
Super Bowl Sunday morning Hooded and Pheasant
Thank you. Last one for the weekend I think.
Yea..brooke.i have a couple more hybrids that are in way better condition...
For today, it's a woodcock, one of my favorite birds, a good challenge, every time when it's on turn.
Have some hybrids that we raised to work on....
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Can't wait to see what you do with them wa
Wow WA...those pheasants are really pretty!
My first King Eider. Customer wanted to watch me put it together and as soon as I did he took this picture. Still a little grooming to be done. Hope to shoot one myself one day.
One up drying
Glass eye, that eider is awesome
Hi Brett! The Eider is awesome!Good job! I need to paint a rock the same color as the rock the Eider is on....do you use spray cans or airbrush? Could you tell me exactly what colors to use?