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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by BrookeSFD16, Jun 1, 2022.
Post up your in progress mounts!
Starting on this strutter
I just don't get too many pictures of my bench as it's so cluttered but here's a nice hooded. Client wanted an extended neck which I am not a fan of but it worked out. The redhead to the right was completely pin free but that head is certainly a young bird. Otherwise a decent specimen. Gaddies always seem to mount up nice.
I love that hen, Brooke
Thanks. She was HUGE. Bigger than the Drake.
Great movement on that Drake Mallard Brooke the feet position adds to the attitude . . . all that's missing is someone yelling "Take'm"
Sept specklebelly with a lot of pins.. unfortunately they leave northern Canada early so we make do with what we can for trophy quality.
Yesterday afternoon's bird
I couldn’t resist…
I struggled with this one. I took the head back off to paint it and add feathers.
This guy has somewhere to be...and he's late
As everyone here agrees, your work is consistently excellent. The thing that I always notice on all your birds is that the eyes are perfect…they tell us what the bird is thinking. I wish you weren’t so far away from SC. I’d love to watch you set the eyes and pose the skin around them. Back in April 2020 I came through your neighborhood but wouldn’t stop because Covid was really kicking there then.
I was thinking the same about you Wally being so far away from Michigan. Would love to watch you put together a turkey strutt"r. Your both very talented Taxi's
They look like their coming out of a freaking Wood Duck mounting machine . . . I know Brooke is a Wood Duck mounting machine Unreal just unreal
Check out this tarsus bone from a mallard on my bench. Pellet was still in it when skinned out.