1. Arctic marble fox- MOUNTABLE. Strong fresh tan, beautiful rich markings. Eyes/lips split, ears turned. I don't have the time to mount it. 55 inches nose to tail.
2. Wild cross fox. It's at least 8 years old, still has a good tan. Torn ear, some torn toes. Slightly wooly, but is otherwise complete. 51 inches nose to tail.
5. Pair of bobcats, can be sold separate. Cat A is 37 inches long and is missing the lower jaw area and all feet. Soft gently spotted fur. Cat B has it's CITES tag still attached. Cat A arrived to me without it. Cat B has all claws/paws and is only missing its lower jaw and is 45 inches nose to feet. Nicely furred cat.
Asking $120 for Cat A, asking $375 for Cat B.
7. 'Ghost'. He was mounted up by Nina and she did an amazing job. His lower jaw is deer skin, ears don't have liners due to the nature of the pelt. His legs are from another skin. His fur is unlike any coyote I've ever felt. He has black tipped guard hairs and a huge amount of silky soft under fur.
8. 'Mato' wolf, or Bear Wolf. This guy is HUGE. Comes with CITES papers. The tannery botched him big time. Nose is tattered, ears, face, and tail slipped. His coloration underneath is a deep crimson wine, it's incredible. The weight of this pelt as well is intense. He's a hefty 80 inches nose to tail with the BIGGEST paws I've ever seen. Some of his claws have slipped off their cores. He has a rub between his shoulder blades. I included a line up of pelts I took a few years back and he's very hard to miss.
9. Black wolf 'mask', shaped, no straps. Thick winter coat, strong tan.
10. Fisher cat!! This cutie pie is complete, split belly. I wouldn't say he's mountable since he's an older tan. Gorgeous critter, nice thick fur.
11. Antique zebra pelt I got a few years back. It was on display in someone's home for a while on a square object. No paperwork was ever provided since he was an estate sale purchase.
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Hello and welcome! If you've stumbled across my gallery, chances are you found me by some of my favorite crafts, fursuits. Although not a furry, I steadily enjoy making fursuits and a small amount of rogue taxidermy.
As for fursuits, I started early September, 2008 and have been cherishing every moment ever since. I enjoy bringing happiness and joy to the crowd. Watching a childs face light up with laughter is one of the greatest rewards of this job. Fursuits are a passion as it takes art to a whole new level. They provide money for my home and life. I don't honestly know what I would do if I ever stopped making them.
Current Residence: Southeast Michigan
Favourite genre of music: Irish and Country
Favourite style of art: textiles and traditional
Operating System: GIMP
Personal Quote: I Laugh in the Face of Insanity!(course I'm usually looking in the mirror too)