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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by wa, Jul 1, 2019.
This will be my last post on T-Net thank you (All) for the many years of sharing
your Art with me.
Those are amazing!! I only hope I can get as good as you someday wa. I will miss seeing your mounts.
wa, I actually never looked at who initiated the post but as soon as the first cat popped up, there was no need for me to look. When it comes to old rufus, your mounts stand alone. Absolutely gorgeous work.
Amazing work wildlife artist!!! I really hate this being your last post! You are definitely an inspiration for all small animal taxidermist. I've always had positive feedback from my customers on all my small mammal work, but when I see the pics of your work, it encourages me to dig a little deeper. I wish you the best of luck and fortune in whatever and wherever your career takes you. Although your pics will be missed, thanks for years of inspiration
WA thanks for sharing your work. Inspirational and amazing mounts. The bar is set for others by artist like you.
kinda think there is some freeze drying going on
WLELTD you think wa is freeze drying, are you out of your mind?
He has never freeze dried anything ever in his life.
Hope everybody is having a good week,
Recently finished up a white mark fox that had been in the freezer for a long time. This was my first time trying a brian hendricks head and they are pretty nice to work with. I also finally mounted up a spotted skunk i have had in the freezer for some time. I have a little work left to do on the back of his tail but for the most part he is done.
Have a great summer
I wouldn't even give the FD comment any time. Some peoples children . . .
It can't even compare to the cats that guys like WA do, but tried my hand at my first lifesize bobcat as a personal project. I still have some more adjustments to make on him but will finish that up tomorrow and then let him dry. For our area this little female had really nice spots.
Hope everyone has a great week