Blue Goose Taxidermy Part 2. Waterfowl TaxidermyWelcome back... Any questions or comments? please leave it in the comment area and I will respond.
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Blue Goose Taxidermy Part 1-2. Waterfowl Taxidermy.I hope you enjoy these 2 part videos of this beautiful blue goose flying mount. Most of the techniques you see here has been shown in my previous videos. This project was about 9 months old... It left my shop then. anyways if you have any questions please leave them in comment area and I will respond. Cheers and thanks for stopping by.
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Pere David Deer, Part 5 of 5... Tucking the EYES and LIPS. ....Art of taxidermy.
Pere David Deer, Part 4 of 5... How to TUCK the back skin.... Art of Taxidermy.There are different ways for securing the skin on the back side of the floor pedestal mount. I prefer to create a slot all around the back and leave enough skin to glue and tuck it in.
Pere David Deer, Part 3 of 5.... Installing antlers , eyes and facial clay work. Art of TaxidermyWhen you are mounting a skin that has been tubed, and specially when the form has a sever turn to it, it makes the skin taxiing a little more difficult, . It is important to pay attention to the colour pattern on the skin, because the skin on one side of the neck is a lot more stretched in compare to the other side. So take your time and follow the pattern.
Pere David Deer, Part 2 of 5... How to Balance them on the pedestal. Art of TaxidermyHi everyone.
Having more than one shoulder mount on a floor pedestal needs a bit of design and balance. we dont want removal of one head cause the whole display to collapse sideways. to avoid this, we need to make sure the weight distribution of the each shoulder mount is properly thought of. This will usually take lot of tries , specially when we are planning to make the whole display not only balanced but also looking nice. so hopefully this video will give you some ideas about how this can be done. and remember each individual double or triple pedestal mount is unique to its own.
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Pere David Deer, Part 1 of 5.... form comes WITHOUT a Block. Art of TaxidermyMost pedestal forms are already having the block inside for the ease of attaching them to our mounting stand, but this one didnt.. also the curve on the back was too much so I decided to alter that to the shape I like and also install the mounting block myself.
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Building the muscle on Ear liner. How to video. Art of TaxidermyIN this video Im demonstrating the muscle work that can be applied on any big game head. its basically a thin layer of clay on the plastic earliner before installing and gluing it inside the ear pockets.
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BLACK DUCK series part 6-6... Base and Scenery work. Art of TaxidermyThis is the last episode of this black duck series. In this video Im showing how I go about attaching the bird to the scenery and securing it so it doesnt go anywhere. The compound Im using to represent the dirt is made of Elmer's white glue, dirt, potting soil, a little plaster powder and of course with some water... You can mix these and come up with your own consistency so you can apply it on your scenery..
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BLACK DUCK series part 5-6... How to Card/tape/pin the wing feathers symmetric. Art of Taxidermy.Setting the wing feathers properly is very important.. flying mounts are not a bird with stretched wings.. there is a proper anatomy to follow, details feather placement involved and proper feather distances in each wing. So to make it easier for yourself you need to hold the bird in a way that makes it easier for you to see what you are doing and and use your vision to see the work from a proper angle so you can adjust.
if you watch the video you will know what I mean.. enjoy.
BLACK DUCK series part 4-6. How to Caulk, pose and groom... Art of Taxidermy.Good day friends. Welcome back, The project is getting close to be finished day by day... in this video Ill be showing you the way I like to hold my bird mount while Im working with it, also caulking process and the way you can inject where its needed. . I hope you like the show.