Well said. A good taxidermist is a wildlife artist.Sykotik said:True wildlife artists are a rare breed.
couldnt agree more........BrianC said:Don't choose a Taxidermist based on price. You will probably be sorry. GO to there shop and look at some of their work, then talk price.
That does seem low in some ways, but it also depends on the area. If there's lots of competition, prices might tend to be on the low side -- it's simple supply and demand. Or, if it's an area where the economy is weak, prices also might be a little lower. I think my taxidermist's prices tend to be on the low side because this area has a weak economy. His work is still very high quality. He did a buck for me a couple of years ago, and I haven't seen a mount I like better since then. I had the privilege of watching him mount my deer, and at every step he explained what he was doing and why. Check this out: What Goes Into Good Taxidermy?Robert L. said:
I have paid almost that much, but the mount is 1st class all the way.John Henry said: