Issue 65, Fall 2001


Superb taxidermy and beautiful, artistic composition is a hallmark of the mammal taxidermy of Jason Snowberger. At the 2001 World Championships®, this red fox was part of his entries that earned him the $2,000.00 Competitors' Award. (His coyote cubs won Best Professional Entry and another $2,000.00.) At the year's NTA convention, this piece won North American Champion, first place in the Division of Excellence, third place in the Challenge of the Art competition, the Van Dyke Award, and the Roger Martin Award. Snowberger is from Duncansville, Pennsylvania.


The Breakthrough Gallery - 2001 NTA CONVENTION
Cat Got Your Tongue? - Larry Jensen
Ears: The Other Windows to the Soul - Bill Yox
Tips & Tricks for Carving Fish Bodies - Alan Gaston
How to Make Realistic Lichen - Mike Vernelson
Making a Tumbler for Birds & Small Mammals - Warren Young
Golden Tamarin: Wrapped Body Method - Paul Rhymer
The 2001 NTA Convention: Columbia, Missouri
Painting a Black Crappie with Stencils - Mark Daniels
The Return of the Arab Courier - Janis Sacco and Duane Schlitter
Critique Series: Simplicity - Stefan Savides
Part 4, Final: Competition Open-Mouth Deer - Dan Rinehart
Back to Basics: Proper Fleshing, Mammals - Rick Carter
Common Fish Carving Mistakes: Poor Pecs with Putty - Bob Berry
Paint Schedule: Brook Trout - Jeff Brain


The Law and Taxidermists - Mike Oropallo
Q & A - Larry Goldman
Tanning Q & A - Bruce Rittel
Getting the Big Bucks - Frank Newmyer
Tom Sexton Marries! - Don Frank
Yox Yacks - Bill Yox
My Views on Pricing - Stephen Norte
Carpenter's Glue vs Borax - Bob Chauvin
Best of The Forums, Vol 5 - Ken Edwards


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