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Is human taxidermy hot? Sexy? Cute?
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WTF...?
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I find it disturbing...
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The feels were real in that episode
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Thats it, I'm logging out.
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this is actually kinda funny. Maybe i'm just a bit loose in the head.
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I was hoping this was using real people. Similar to the House of Wax movie maybe... I'm disappointed now.
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I'll admit, I have a few fish and deer on the wall, but this, there are no words to describe it.
There is a special place in hell for these.
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And now I'm thinking of this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJP1DphOWPs
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None of the above.
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I have scene this before, and it is impressive that they managed to rearrange an animals face to look like a humans, but as a peace of art I don't really care for it, in terms of message and aesthetics. However do this the other way around and I would love it, personally morphing the human form into something else yet retaining some of its characteristics is much more lovely, however stupid laws mess with that, which makes me mad. However on that note, there are legal ways to do taxidermy on passed away humans, however you have to be super sensitive and follow rules. So sadly nothing intriguing, or beautiful just silly nonsense the masses are ok with, which is dirt.

Just some thoughts to plants in your minds, replace one persons hands with another feet, give the other one the others hands, remove their skulls, and stick an animals skull into their head, preferably a large one. Then remove their eyes, tie the eyelids together threw the brain cavity, during the drying stage this should pull the skin taunt against the new skulls, then position your new creatures in a stance where they are attacking each other, with the one with only hands on all fours, and the one with only feet upright. Then preserve them not with plasticization, which creates clean results, but just dry cure it, this should stretch skin and shrivel organs/ compress muscle strands. Personally I would suggest scrapping or relocating tissue around the spine and ribs, so that they are more prominent. While not nice for this piece, exposed sinew/ muscle looks much better from this method than when you use plasticization because it turns into grotesque tendrils when the muscles are no longer bound to sinew, and bone.

I would like to note I do not do taxidermy on human subjects, I do a personal vain of rogue taxidermy that does not care for the state of preservation, but instead the state of decay that occurs during the curing process. I even let mice chew on my subjects after I have treated them in liquid expunging chemicals, that both kill the mice, and finish the product. The lovely bit is I just need to drain the guts, and that's about all the cleaning I need to due, sometimes I salt them.
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Tay01 wrote:

I have scene this before, and it is impressive that they managed to rearrange an animals face to look like a humans, but as a peace of art I don't really care for it, in terms of message and aesthetics. However do this the other way around and I would love it, personally morphing the human form into something else yet retaining some of its characteristics is much more lovely, however stupid laws mess with that, which makes me mad. However on that note, there are legal ways to do taxidermy on passed away humans, however you have to be super sensitive and follow rules. So sadly nothing intriguing, or beautiful just silly nonsense the masses are ok with, which is dirt.

Just some thoughts to plants in your minds, replace one persons hands with another feet, give the other one the others hands, remove their skulls, and stick an animals skull into their head, preferably a large one. Then remove their eyes, tie the eyelids together threw the brain cavity, during the drying stage this should pull the skin taunt against the new skulls, then position your new creatures in a stance where they are attacking each other, with the one with only hands on all fours, and the one with only feet upright. Then preserve them not with plasticization, which creates clean results, but just dry cure it, this should stretch skin and shrivel organs/ compress muscle strands. Personally I would suggest scrapping or relocating tissue around the spine and ribs, so that they are more prominent. While not nice for this piece, exposed sinew/ muscle looks much better from this method than when you use plasticization because it turns into grotesque tendrils when the muscles are no longer bound to sinew, and bone.

I would like to note I do not do taxidermy on human subjects, I do a personal vain of rogue taxidermy that does not care for the state of preservation, but instead the state of decay that occurs during the curing process. I even let mice chew on my subjects after I have treated them in liquid expunging chemicals, that both kill the mice, and finish the product. The lovely bit is I just need to drain the guts, and that's about all the cleaning I need to due, sometimes I salt them.


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What the fuck...?
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