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A Black Crappie Painting Essay

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Rick Krane, Aug 11, 2007.

  1. tomdes

    tomdes Me my dear and Fall BAZZ!!!

    Rick,

    Great step-by-step procedures. Thanks for taking the time and sharing them with us..
     
  2. I thought of something else today. Did the foam have to be primed or sealed so the mounting adhesive wouldn't soak in it? If so what did you prime it with. Great step by step BTW. I really enjoyed following it.
    Doug.
     

  3. Doug , the foam did not need any sealer. I used Shur-Stik 111 wallpaper adhesive available from Ace Hardware . It works great and you use very little per fish. I bought a case of it ( 4 gallons ) for around $38.00 . I have a friend who owns an Ace Hardware . He did not have it in stock but ordered it for me and I had it in about a week. Thanks, Randy
     
  4. ty-great job. thanks for info.
     
  5. awesome looks good
     
  6. buzzbait

    buzzbait Padden's Wild & Wet Taxidermy and custom Woodwork

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    I have the how to videos on LMB,and now I have geart direction on doing a crappie THANK YOU rgkittle.......very nice job.
     
  7. beauty of a crappie. Why cast a head instead of using the original though? Those fins look great too
     
  8. tjaxtax

    tjaxtax New Member

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    Nice!
     
  9. It really helps if you pause for just a moment and look at the DATE !
    « on: August 11, 2007, 10:52:37 AM »