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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by zubba, Oct 29, 2010.
Went home on Friday ears look a little funny but my Client likes it.
Great looking work,Love the Gray Fox pedestal.
Some good looking stuff on here this week!!!
Here's a bruiser I have been needing to post for a few weeks. Between the shop, the woods and family I haven't had much time for pictures.
I don't know official score, but it's in the 200" neighborhood.
Caribou i just finished. The guy shot it in Alaska back in 1997. He kept the salted Hyde in a trash bag all that time. I sent it to the Tannery and it came back fine.
HEY FOZZIE !!!
You clay work rocks! Eyes, earbutts, super nice...for a dork lol
Ha ha , Hey dugart, Holland is only an hr away dork, go outside and look at your truck tires now lol ! Thanks for the compliment .......I think!
Trotax, that rack is crazy, I'd have a neck ache carrying that thing around lol, and of coarse it goes w/out say'n with your caliber of work but great job as ALWAYS!!!!!
A big S.C. deer with a messed up rack. Would have been 23 in. inside if both sides matched! Good looking work this week!
Yes Fozzmyster..that was a compliment! Your work looks really, really, exceptionally good. 8) I hope I can catch up with you soon! I just checked my tires; whew, they're almost as bald as my head. :
Yea you should know I wouldn't have that much ambition lol, many thanks for the compliment's OLD MAN!
I'm posting these pictures for Karl Koeneman. I'm not sure what his user name is, but thanks for sharing Karl. Nice looking work.
Memorial mount for the family of a young fellow that was killed just before his 25th birthday, Thanks to Lou and Dennis ( old n twisted ) for the laser picture
Great job Wild Images
nice deer WI! I like the idea with the plaque too.
He just got caught in a strong wind is all ;D
a remount I am working on... decided to make it interesting and reused the form it was mounted on. had to do lots of fixing and altering on it, so it would fit my replacement cape. before you ask why in the hell i didnt just buy a new form, this is one of my deer that i had done with a hackidermist before i started doing taxidermy myself so i decided to just reuse it and learn a few things from it. he used very little hide paste and did very lititle form prep. besides turning the form from a full swell to a very light swell, i had to lengthen the eye to nose and refoam the huge lip slots he cut out of it so i could recut them with a scalpel. i am happy to be able to hang it back up on the wall. it had been hiding in a closet the past few years.
here is a few pics of what it looked like before.... ;D