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Discussion in 'Habitat and Exhibit' started by huntinsonovagun, Nov 20, 2006.
Lonny Travis- nice European Lynx. WildLifer thanks for giving me some ideas....
Hi guys. Here is another European Lynx. 8)
This base is my most recent attempt at creating a habitat scene. The customer wanted to make his own frame with some oak trim that he has, so I just did it on a flat piece of plywood.
Wildlifer, I love that nightlight effect, that is too cool.
Some great work here guys. Keep it up.
Thanks Becky - its always nice to here that ;D
Here's a cougar I completed. All the habitat/basework is made from scratch
DAMN....all of you guys are talented. Great work. The lynx's and the cougar are awesome. Great job!
here is one of a bobcat i did a year or so ago, just one hanging around in my computer, simple base so i didnt take away from the cat, and another of a fawn that is in an octogan shaped end table with a glass top and glass sides, hidden like the mother left it hid from predators, Russ
Picture does not do justice but this is one I did for myself from my Mexico duck hunt a few years back
Here is a picture of my first attempt at building a habitat. I built it for a turkey That I shot last year
awesome, how did you do the cactus, mold and casted or carved??
I wish I could claim I was that talented but the cactus are just artificial cactus that I bought off of E-Bay.
Where can you get those patches of moss or fungus that is on the left side of the rock?
Heres a snake i did...
Here is my first large mouth
yote chasing pheasant
Here some of My old mounts
Oh , Oh Lunch
Last one for now