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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Fred Barilla, Oct 9, 2007.
I must say that is one beautiful piece on the homepage!
I thought the same thing.
Since the photo on the home page will only be there for about a week, I am also placing it here with this post.
Raccoon trio mount by Doug Brincks of Omaha, Nebraska, winner of the People's Choice North American Taxidermy Award at the 2006 Nebraska Safari Club International Convention.
That is the neatest raccoon mount I ever seen. I have an orange one in the freezer. The guy won't ever pay a deposit, so I'll either sell it or mount it for myself. I also have an albino one. All I need is a black one and I could do a foursome, but I hate coons!
sent you a PM.And that is a master piece I love mounting coons and small animals .
That is really pretty. I love blonde coons, I'd really like to mount one someday!
I've taken a couple of the blond phase over the years,they almost look like a ghost in the woods-just really neat critters. ;D
its so nice to see small mammals on the home page rather then always big game.word of advice ken keep posting pictures of small animals and birds for awhile and give the big game a rest.
Beautiful work. I like everything about it.
Man that a cool combonation.
It would have been cool to add a white coon to.
Very nice piece of the different color phases!
What do you mean by homepage , or where is the homepage?
real nice i wish i could have that at my house
From here, click on the "Taxidermy Net Home" in the quick links box at the top of the page, or got to www.taxidermy.net.
The home page has lots of great information including who's online, the latest new taxidermy studio sites, national radar, upcoming events and birthdays, and links to all other sections of the Taxidemy Net. Plus, a featured artist which changes every week.
Very nice Doug! Like the color combination of the coons.
Thanks Ken, I lost my head for a moment, I already knew that. Just haven't gone there lately, When do i get to be featured artist!!
How about those Nebraska taxidermist, what a beautiful mount.
Ken gives us all something to shoot for