In the previous issue of NZRod&Rifle, I wrote about how I’d visited Halcombe taxidermist Jason Goodyer of Ruahine Tanning & Taxidermy. We got as far as getting ready to mount the cape onto the form, and now Jason is ready to show me how the whole process comes together to produce such a realistic mount you’d swear it was still alive – if it only had a body, that is.
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