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joe coombs wall pedistals

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by buckhunter76, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. buckhunter76

    buckhunter76 New Member

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    Anyone have pic of finished 9500 series full wall pedistals by Joe Coombs want to see how they look finished. Thanks
     
  2. rayray38821

    rayray38821 New Member

    here is one I did

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  3. nibjones

    nibjones Join your States Taxidermy Assoc.

    Here are a couple I did
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  4. buckhunter76

    buckhunter76 New Member

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    Nice guys Im asking because I test fit a hide today and it was kinda a tough fit with that hard turn its the right size its just a matter of putting the hide where it goes on the form and i think it will fit. Any of you guys have that problem when you put the hide on this form? Thanks
     
  5. nibjones

    nibjones Join your States Taxidermy Assoc.

    Yes I did on both of them. Once you get the hide paste on, the skin will turn easier in to place. Load up the neck with paste, that will help. Watch the shoulder skin placement, you will want to pull that too far back. Get that where it belongs and put the wrinkles in.
     
  6. shane whiting

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    I have a few
     

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  7. shane whiting

    shane whiting Active Member

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    another
     

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  8. Buck Deer

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  9. buckhunter76

    buckhunter76 New Member

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    Wow nice work everyone hope mine turns out as good as those. I guess the only question I have left and hope its not a dumb one, how exactly do you put the wrinkles back in the hide? Thanks