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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Doylestudio, Mar 18, 2008.
Oh yeah,, well,,,,,,,,,, ok, THEY ARE ;D
dennis, those are some good looking coons...
These guys are kinda cute also
Dennis, great composition and design . Now that is truly the art of Taxidermy....Max
On more cutie Then I'll stop posting my entire portfolio. ;D
cute? I see a bunch of fatties!
j/k. Okay, they are cute. but yea, coons get so fat around here in cambridge. too many choc bars in the trash heaps i guess.
* - love that those mounts! especially the first one, it has a Sistine Chapel sort of feel to it. X)
Dennis beings your from Michigan do you have a thing for coons? No really you are a true master of all that you survey. And what happened to those DVD's I thought you were sending me.LOL Great work everyone I love the inspiration it gives us all and please Dennis post some more of your work.
Nice work all. Bait bucket coons cool idea. Very creative, Here's a few for the week
one more. Both the duiker and genet need finish work
Here are three I have done in years past.....
Just finished NZ Tahr.
I have a squirrel. He's supposed to look like he's leaping from an unseen branch, but in a way I think maybe he just looks like he's doing a handstand.
i like that tree rat codi
wa, thats the best of the best!!!
Recently completed Argentine Puma.
60# female; lots of size alterations for 80# form
WA, those are absolutely amazing mounts. One thing I have always noticed about your mounts is the way you can see their attitude and almost a personality from their body language and their faces.
WA those coons rock!
Great mounts everyone! Here's a raccoon rug I finished today. Its the first rug I've ever made (and the biggest 'coon I've ever skinned!). I'm not sure I want to make another rug any time soon...that was a LOT of sewing around the edges!
texas dall,my son killed