I love the 3D Box Target I bought, it stops my arrows very effectively and pulls out surprisingly easy.
Thank you very much; I truly enjoy practicing on your target.
Freddy de Villiers (Cape Town)
I would like to thank you immensely for all the help and advice you have given me. Your time and effort put into typing the process I should ideally follow is much appreciated.
I would just like to thank you again for the wonderful work you did on my gemsbok skull.
Graca de Abreu
We used your Fish Target at a big 3D shoot, there were 80 shooters and we used it in all 3 rounds, so it copped a beating,
but is still in good condition. Everyone was amazed at the targets stopping ability and self healing ability.
They didnt believe me it was moulded from a real fish until i showed them your website.
James Faull (Australia)
Het die Vis Teikens gekry, awesome, baie goed gedoen. Kan sien die trots in jul werk!
My dogtertjie natuurlik n ball gehad met die boks visse…
Etienne (Hide-out Bow & Hunting Shop)
Thank you for an unforgettable experience and a unique and interesting Taxidermy Course. Your hospitality and catering was fantastic. An extremely enjoyable long weekend.
Darrin Hofmeyr - May 2014
Bird Mounting - Taxidermy Workshop
We invite you to join us on an introductory workshop into the taxidermy process used to mount a bird. The workshop runs over 4 days and will cover all aspects of bird mounting:
- Cleaning of skin and feathers
- Preserving of skin and feathers
- Body Making
- Preparing for the mounting process
- Preparation of Eyes
- Finishing off
Please note, my workshops are practically focussed, i.e., you will be taught the mounting processes / steps and then you will then be mounting a bird yourself. There will be ongoing guidance through all the steps in the process. I will cover some theory aspects of Bird Physiology – however you will be better equipped if you do some homeowork yourself prior to the course.
Presently we are in the process of sourcing legally euthanased specimens which will be suitable for taxidermy students.
The Workshop Includes accommodation & certain meals as follows :
Accommodation for 4 nights in our self catering farmhouse - Assegai House. The facilities at the house are as follows :
- 4 bedrooms – 2 with double beds and 2 with single beds. If the group size is more than 4 – then sharing of the single rooms will be required.
- There is 1 bathroom with a shower – and 2 separate toilets
- Linen & towels are provided
- Tea/coffee provisions included
- Dinner on 2 nights, first evening potjiekos and last evening braai (or vice versa)
- Daily workshops includes 2 refreshment breaks morning & afternoon
- Light lunches we will provide