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Old 10th January 2010, 11:10 AM
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My compliments, you ve got a greta collection I love them all!
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Old 10th January 2010, 03:17 PM
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He made the Cassowary himself I think. You can see it here :

http://www.tiergarten.com/forum.php?...BeitragsID=884
Thanks for the link, but it just made more questions, I don't read German, and I now want to know more the makers of several, if anyone (or Yurumi himself) could see the makers of the maned wolf, the gerenuk, and the hyena on the far left of the photo with the three I would greatly appreciate the information, I have Ana making a pair of gerenuk for the diorama, but if the one Yurumi has is close in size I would love to have him, same with the hyena and I may make a casuary myself, I have been practicing my sculpture skills and I have greatly improved since the water buffalo.

I am sorry to get off topic, it is just so inspiring to see Yurumi's work, he is an increadable artist and his work has me so fascinated I now have all new ideas and thoughts just by looking at his artwork, I have to thank him for his repaints of the models, they are very beautiful.
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Yurumi, I'd love to see a close up picture of your maned wolf, the painting on him looks lovely.
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Hi Ralf fantastic your pets painted, Thanks for the photos Group. of LG.
I am already inspired by your talent on my models.
I want to know or I just get the coati in any shop or what sets the few T'on buy. Reply with quote .....
This pressed to see my great collection of the Americas.
Regarding the maned wolf I am bought after seeing it on your forum is excellent but a little big for Schleich models.
I still use a picture of my 2010 calendar South America.
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Old 10th January 2010, 08:04 PM
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Beautifully repainted figures!
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Old 10th January 2010, 11:07 PM
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Hi Ralf fantastic your pets painted, Thanks for the photos Group. of LG.
I am already inspired by your talent on my models.
I want to know or I just get the coati in any shop or what sets the few T'on buy. Reply with quote .....
This pressed to see my great collection of the Americas.
Regarding the maned wolf I am bought after seeing it on your forum is excellent but a little big for Schleich models.
I still use a picture of my 2010 calendar South America.
If I understood it correctly, do you ask where I bought the coati?
I bought 2 pieces on ebay in animal figure packages and still 1 by a small retailer in my city. If you liked to use it for your South America calendar, you can do that gladly. It would make me happy much. Perhaps would you like to use still also my Anteater and the Capybara for your calendar? Then always too.


And please forgotten not the armadillo of Schleich!
Your calendar is very beautifully.
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Old 10th January 2010, 11:12 PM
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Thanks at you all for the beautiful compliments .
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Old 10th January 2010, 11:52 PM
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Thanks for the link, but it just made more questions, I don't read German, and I now want to know more the makers of several, if anyone (or Yurumi himself) could see the makers of the maned wolf, the gerenuk, and the hyena on the far left of the photo with the three I would greatly appreciate the information, I have Ana making a pair of gerenuk for the diorama, but if the one Yurumi has is close in size I would love to have him, same with the hyena and I may make a casuary myself, I have been practicing my sculpture skills and I have greatly improved since the water buffalo.

I am sorry to get off topic, it is just so inspiring to see Yurumi's work, he is an increadable artist and his work has me so fascinated I now have all new ideas and thoughts just by looking at his artwork, I have to thank him for his repaints of the models, they are very beautiful.
The Maned wolf and the Gerenuk are "China" figures. I bought both figures on ebay. The hyena was in a Serengeti animal package. The name of the company is " Jasmen" and I bought these also on ebay. Unfortunately I saw the package never again.
I have self-made the cassowary. Pictures still follow later.
It makes me happy, if I can you give suggestions for your dioramas.

I hope, I forgot now nothing.
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Old 11th January 2010, 01:10 AM
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That is a bad link my friend,without a log-in.
The models look great,and i do recognize some models from my own collection beeing changed!
Of course the recently changed Quagga!
I do have the long necked gazelle too,haha.
The coati is very good!
I do like the Thompsons and the white gorilla from Madrid!

But there is one sub=species more...
They just re-discovered the Borneo-rhino!
It is thought to be a sub-species of the Sumatran....
Always something new,just keep your eyes open!

Same as the Corbetti or Malayan tiger...,it is thought to be a different species(genes are too much different!),apart from the other tigers,and its sub-species are the Indonesian tigers,like the Sumatran,Javan(extinct) and the Bali-tiger(extinct).
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Old 12th January 2010, 09:33 PM
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Most excellent collection there,all are very very good.love the quagga and the yellow backed duiker.Very well done!!!!!!
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