Tacky Taxidermy, Day 7: Finale

As it turns out, I’ve collected WAY more terrible taxidermy than I could feasibly post in a week. I also intentionally left out the new wave of artistic rogue taxidermists, to be visited at a later date, though this hobby is gaining ground and producing some entertaining results (this is one kind of craft I could never do; I’m too sensitive to work on…former creatures).

So here are some honest attempts at preserving and posing creatures that don’t quite…look…right.
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2 Responses to “Tacky Taxidermy, Day 7: Finale”

  1. Haha! You need failure to realise just how difficult and skilled taxidermy is. I therefore assume that’s a real rabbit hanging out among the feeding lions. Which is weird.

  2. Someone get a shovel! These critters are done! *shudders* A good number of these need to be laid to rest! ugh! Well, you’ve done it. You’ve shown me some pretty frigged up Taxidermy. Yup. Onto the next? Dana, do you have an taxidermy? I have a raccoon who sits on top of my fridge. 😉 Seems appropriate.

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