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This is a group dedicated to those who love Feathers, Fur, Bone, Taxidermy and everything in between Who want to sell and Buy.

All Items placed in the folders must be for sale or something you are looking to purchase. If it is not for sale it may go into the "DISPLAY ONLY" folder.

If you are looking for something in particular Please feel free to note me and I will start a blog of a "wanted" list for everyone and your price you are willing to pay. Please do not send me a note with low ball prices. Know what you are buying and the price range of the Item. If you are a little unsure of a good price to offer I can help you out. Do not submit a "wish" list... Yes there is a difference.

Any item that is not placed in the correct folders shall be denied. We prefer Finished products and not works in progress (WIP's) Please keep some nice artistic flare here still everyone, this is a gallery.
Founded 6 Years ago
May 31, 2010


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Looking for someone who is willing to be pationate about this group and take my place as Co-Founder.  My business has taken me away from dA for long periods and I no longer have the time to dedicate to approving submissions.  If you are interested please note me with the title "Fur-Bone-and-Feather" and your experience and I will review it.

I want someone who will give this group the time it deserves.


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If your Submission was Denied

Please realize,

This group is mainly for Fur, bone, and feather items Taxidermy etc that is for sale. I do check the artists comments on the image you are submitting. Chances are if it does not indicate it is for sale It will be denied. If it is submitted into the Incorrect folder IE a pelt submitted into featured or finished projects will be denied.

If you submitted a Work in Progress It will also not be accepted. Once the Project is finished please do submit it into the Finished projects folders. We love to see it, just not incomplete.

If an Item is not for sale but you still wish to display it you may submit it into "Display Only" folder.

Any Drawing or painting 2D artwork that is for sale ( We do not accept artwork that isn't for sale) should go into the 2D folder and no where else.

If your question still wasn't answered please feel free to note me :iconinuryoko:










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xXDoctorMythXx Featured By Owner Edited Oct 15, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
hello there, i need a little help!
recently i bought something made of sheep skin/fur 
not thinking it was real fur, i threw it in the washer.
but now after drying the skin is not bendable, its hard as a rock
can i still fix this and turn it back to soft and flexible?
Cynderthedragon5768 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Can someone give me advice on what form I should use for mounting a sheep?
not a bighorn sheep, the common white ones that wander around farmers fields they get wool from
Knuxtiger4 Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2016  Professional General Artist
Usually you have to use a bighorn sheep or other type of wild sheep form and alter that head on them to use them for mounting domestic sheep.  I believe if you look at Minotaur-Queen's gallery she did have photos of alternation she did on a form in order to mount I believe it was a goat?
PoonieFox Featured By Owner Edited Sep 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Hi everyone!
I am looking for a little taxidermy help here!
We own a really pretty set of elk/moose antlers,
both comming form the same specimen.

We aquired it from a legal hunter, who had some letovers from last year's hunt.
But the anlters were sadly kept outside in his garden.
Now the smell of trees on them isn't that bad,
but we'd really like to clean them a bit more and prep them up so we can use them indoors.

Anyone know how we're able to do that and what we'd need?
we allready cleaned them majorily with foaming pastilles
(which are usually for fake teeth haha)
and that helped greatly, we just need to prepare it more!

Just comment/note if you know what we shoul do! c: thanks a bunch!
Cynderthedragon5768 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey! I'm really really interested and want a soft mount skull fox reaaalll bad ;-; No one has gotten back to me and I've asked over five people.
I'm willing to pay $150(more if needed)
Please someone get back to me, no beginners unless you're really good.
arpeelapena Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
my japanese turtle just died.
can anyone here give me some advise on how i could preserve it, is it possible to use some household materials on this thing?
Knuxtiger4 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015  Professional General Artist
Depends on the size of the turtle and how you want to preserve it.  If you want it as a taxidermy mount I would research reptile taxidermy or even see if a local taxidermist in your area has freeze drying services since that would also be an easy way.

If you want a wet specimen the turtle you can probably find tons of information on doing that.  Just have to make sure when doing a wet specimen that you inject the body cavities with the preserving solution to make sure it doesn't rot.  Most folks use Rubbing Alcohol do make wet specimens but if you want to keep the color on the turtle, Formaldehyde is the was to go.  
arpeelapena Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks for the advise, Krysta.
the turtle was rather small. it's only a little less than 3 inches in length. i wanted to preserve it because of its shell and the colorful patterns on it's skin. 
Knuxtiger4 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015  Professional General Artist
Think your best bet might be a wet specimen then due to its size.  Would use Formaldehyde those in this case since I do believe it helps keep the color in specimens. 
systemcat Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2014  Professional General Artist
My work didn't fail any of the submission requirements. Why was it denied? It was finished and submitted to the right folder.
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