Issue 62, Winter 2001

COVER ARTIST: SCOTT BREWER
COVER PHOTO BY GLEN BROWNING


Each time the World Taxidermy Championships are held, the quality of taxidermy in the Masters Division is unbelievable! This beautiful whitetail entry from 1999 by Scott Brewer of Spokane, Washington, was one of the 6 highest scoring whitetail entries, earning consideration for a world title. This mount placed first in the whitetail category for long-hair, closed-mouth deer, with a score of 93.5. There is nothing more exciting in the world of taxidermy than witnessing the World Show program and its world-class competition. 

IN THIS ISSUE

The Breakthrough Gallery - 1999 WORLD SHOW MEMORIES
The 2000 European Taxidermy Championship - Larry Blomquist
Bird Anatomy: Heads & Necks - Mike Vernelson
Back to Basics: Whitetail Earbutts - Rick Carter
Part 1: Competition Open-Mouth Deer - Dan Rinehart
From a Backward View - Larry Blomquist
The 2001 World Show
Installing Cast Heads on Large Fish - Don Frank
Carving a "Trout-Tree" - Bob Berry
How To Enlarge a Stingray - Bob Davis
The 20th Annual Missouri Taxidermists Association - 2000 Competition
Rainbow Trout - REFERENCE STUDY
In-Depth Study: Gerenuk - John Bellucci
Common Fish Carving Mistakes: Side Profiles - Bob Berry
Painting A Rainbow Trout - Don Frank

REFLECTIONS, REVIEWS & REVELATIONS

The Law and Taxidermists - Mike Oropallo
Best of the Forums: 1001 Tips - Ken Edwards
Q & A - Larry Goldman
Tanning Q & A - Bruce Rittel
The 1-800-Miss-Understanding - Don Frank
Assessing a Project - Stefan Savides
How To Be A Loser (And Stay That Way) - Dieter Golze
Editorial Comment: Unity - Frank Newmyer

DEPARTMENTS

Letters to the Editor
Schools & Training
Calendar of Events
Classified Ads
The Breakthrough Library
Reference
Advertising Directory


$8.00
0
Issue 62
Be the first to review!
New Review
Thank you. Your product review will be visible once it has been approved.

Cart Summary

items
Your shopping cart is empty.
Product Qty Amount
From:
Until:

Copyright 2021 Breakthrough Magazine | Website Created by 5 Stones Media