It allows you to bring animals back to life, tocapture an instance of beauty…that moment when an animal is posing in its full glory.
This is why there are tens of thousands of taxidermists in the United States alone, the majority of whom are hobbyists.
Which is probably why you are now reading this right now…hoping that you can also learn the secrets of taxidermy.
You might have dreams of creating a taxidermy masterpiece. But at the same time you’ll have a bucket full of questions and obstacles.
You might be thinking – "If there was just one complete resource that would teach me everything I need to learn taxidermy!"
Hey Jim, I’m just writing to say thanks as I ordered your taxidermy book a few months ago and now I spend all my free time with this hobby. I’ve already mounted 2 birds and a fox and soon I’ll be taking on a deer head! Before reading your book I didn’t have the confidence to start, but I now know I’m capable of this and more. Thanks again, Sarah P.S. Keep up the newsletter as it’s great fun
Here’s the main things I like about your book: -It’s well written, easy to follow and clearly illustrated. -All of the bonus books are just as useful as the original book I’d read another book on taxidermy before, but it was just too confusing so I was glad your guide provided me with simple and clear instructions. Keen for future releases. Thanks, Tom
Dear Jim, I followed your advice and now have my very own Racoon! I have to admit, I did get stuck a few times but your guide managed to clear things up. If you’re looking for feedback then I can tell you the best bits in the book are the illustrations and clear instructions. Also, I’m glad you provided the more advanced sections as that’s what I’m going to have a go at now. Anyway, just wanted to say a quick thanks. Keep up the good work, John
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Working with your hands. Many people now spend their entire working lives, sat behind a computer – it’s where you are at this very moment! Taxidermy requires you to get off your behind and stop staring at that screen. There’s just something special about working with your hands that is lost on those who work with computers. The sense of achievement, of seeing your own creation and being able to touch it, is far superior to the feelings you get from tapping away at your keyboard.
Productive use of time. It’s estimated that the average American spends 30 hours per week watching TV and surfing the internet! That’s over 1,500 hours per year! Now imagine how much you could achieve if you replaced that wasted time with a fun and engaging hobby. In no time at all you’d soon become a skilled Taxidermist!
Don’t forget the end result. Taxidermy is about capturing a moment in nature, when animals are at their finest. When the end result is right, you really get a true sense of accomplishment. And what’s more, a completed piece is something that lives on. If you’re a hunter then it’s the best way of showing off the prize you caught, or if you’re looking to style your room (perhaps even create your own hunting lodge!), then you’ll find no better decoration.
A nice little side earner! Don’t forget the best bit! You’ll commonly find a simple, small taxidermy piece being sold for around $150. However, this is just the low end of the scale. An average mid-range taxidermy piece commonly sells for $400, whereas master taxidermists can charge over $1,000 or more per mount! How’s that for a hobby?
Taxidermy requires you to go outside, you need a little bit of skill and effort before you reap the rewards of your labour.
Which is exactly what Taxidermy Made Easy is. It helps both those who know already know about taxidermy and those who are completely clueless. Taxidermy Made Easy is the perfect start for budding enthusiasts and trained veterans alike!
Many people decide to learn taxidermy by paying for a class or course. I had a look online for some of these courses and the top 3 sites I could find had prices of $300, $600 and $400.
So how much should I charge for Taxidermy Made Easy? Well the average of these 3 classes comes out at about $400. So if I were to charge only half of that amount, then the price of Taxidermy Made Easy would be $200.
But I’m not even thinking about anywhere near that amount! In fact I’m only asking for nearly a tenth of this price when you can invest in Taxidermy Made Easy for just $27!
How can I offer this so cheaply? Because simply put, times have changed. Authors used to have to give a massive cut to a middle man (sometimes over 80%), but this is no longer the case thanks to the internet, and this allows both of us to take advantage of this situation.
And when you read my book you can go at your own speed so you won’t fall behind in class, and if you’re a quick learner you can just zoom straight ahead. And you won’t need to waste time and money transporting yourself to the taxidermy classes.
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