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Fcuk!! I want that!...... Pure class mate........is it for sale?

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Nice one Rob..

 

quality work

 

I would like to see one with rabbit and Stoat in full flight..

 

Seen a Stoat on 2 occasions. They were running down a rabbit ,out in the open.

 

It was very impressive sight..

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You definately capture the body angles perfectly to give it such a realistic look .......

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Mate your work is fantastic, somebody would have to be bloody good to out do you when it comes to this craft!

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That is pure class. Seen it in real life a few times and it's always a fantastic spectacle, you've captured that spot on. Seen a lot of taxidermy over the years and own quiet a few myself but I can honestly say yours is up there with the best.

Go on..... how much !

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That's really fantastic. How's the stoat held in position though?

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That's really fantastic. How's the stoat held in position though?

It's biting the rabbit obviously .......

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You are definitely on the ball with your work, fantastic bit

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That's really fantastic. How's the stoat held in position though?

It's biting the rabbit obviously .......

 

 

 

:laugh::laugh:

 

 

No its a Matrix illusion mate :whistling:

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That's really fantastic. How's the stoat held in position though?

It's biting the rabbit obviously .......

 

 

Because of the angle, I'm interested if something has been used within the stoat to stop it collapsing under its own weight as time goes by.

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thanks for all the great comments glad your enjoying the mounts i post cheers R

 

 

 

That's really fantastic. How's the stoat held in position though?


It's biting the rabbit obviously .......

 

 

Because of the angle, I'm interested if something has been used within the stoat to stop it collapsing under its own weight as time goes by.

 

theres a wire running through the stoat and down the rabbit

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