Joined 7 years ago from Southern California
Even though I have a degree in art, I feel I am completely self taught. Everything I wanted to learn, I taught myself.
I have worked in many differnt mediums, from carving life-size song birds to pottery. From watercolors to oils. But it has been the computer that has given me the gretest enjoyment. The computer allows me to experiment and try new techniques.
The big cats are my favorite subject, but when I became a falconer, I found the birds of prey to be the biggest challenge. Moving from fur to feathers wasn't as easy as I thought it would be. Now I really enjoy doing them.
7 years ago
One of the most asked question when it comes to falconry equipment is how do you build the mews. You can make these enclosures as elaborate as you want. One chamber, one chamber and a small equipment room on the side. Two rooms and a weathering yard...
2 months ago
This article will teach you how to make a falconry hood out of leather. Enjoy this complete step by step tutorial, featuring detailed instructions and pictures.
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