The Taxidermy Process

Life-Form Taxidermy uses the finest materials imported from the best sources in the world, and no expense is spared to produce trophies of world-renowned quality. Have a look at the photo collection below to experience the taxidermy process.

1

The skin enters the “fleshing” stage; commonly known as shaving.

2

Skins are stitched & all scarring (imperfections) to be repaired.

3

The skulls are cleaned for the next stage of production.

1

The skin enters the “fleshing” stage; commonly known as shaving.

2

Skins are stitched & all scarring (imperfections) to be repaired.

3

The skulls are cleaned for the next stage of production.

4

Skulls are then dried.

5

The molds are prepared

6

During preparation of the skins, the manikins are produced according to the client’s demands.

4

Skulls are then dried.

5

The molds are prepared

6

During preparation of the skins, the manikins are produced according to the client’s demands.

7

The taxidermy of the animal commences, the art of the taxidermy comes to life. The finer details will now be attended to, making it aesthetically & symmetrically pleasing to the eye.

8

Quality Checks.

9

The packing process. Each crate is customized according to the client’s needs, to ensure there is no wasted space.

7

The taxidermy of the animal commences, the art of the taxidermy comes to life. The finer details will now be attended to, making it aesthetically & symmetrically pleasing to the eye.

8

Quality Checks.

9

The packing process. Each crate is customized according to the client’s needs, to ensure there is no wasted space.