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Game Head of the Week (starting April 22, 2011)

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by zubba, Apr 22, 2011.

  1. zubba

    zubba Active Member

    Welcome to Game Head of the Week. Nice work last week by everyone!!

    Everyone from beginners to the pros can share what they've been working on. You can post any game head it doesn't have to be a deer. No critiques please. This is a place you can post with out fear. If your not sure how to post a picture, feel free to email it to me ([email protected]) and I can post it for you. Keep up the good work!







    Here is a Wisconsin public land buck on a Matuska Semi-Upright.

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  2. 7-Point

    7-Point Active Member

    That is a sweet buck for public land!
     

  3. good start, I like the double white patch.
    Here's my first doe. I think I'm going to mount of those for myself. Here's a buck with the rock mix added to the form. The customer cut the cape short, the rock is fun to work with and the customer loved it. Thanks Michael P.
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  4. miker

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    Leaving today

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  5. Wall ped.


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  6. FIELD2FOREVER

    FIELD2FOREVER The more I learn, The more I don't Know!!

    Thanks to all who helped with this dang straight upright muile, he goes home tomorrow.
     

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  7. minehill

    minehill Member

    This is a corn stock pedestal ready to leave the shop.
     

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  8. Latty

    Latty Nate's Taxidermy (mid-west Ohio)

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  9. Here is a goat that I just finished. Man do these things stink!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I like the save with the short cape Jimbo.
    Great start to the week so far keep them coming.
     

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  10. estvupastr

    estvupastr New Member

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    here is a mulie I just finished, beginner here, any pointers appreciated
     

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  11. Karl

    Karl OUTDOOR VISIONS TAXIDERMY

    Use the da Vinci quote,.... art is never finished, only abandoned. Also I think be motivated,look close and have fun doing it.,and you better fix that roof leak above that mount! Post a closer and larger photo off g.h.o.w and you should get lots of helpful pointers. nice muley,good luck.
     
  12. racksandspurs

    racksandspurs facebook page...racksandspurs taxidermy

    22" inside spread bluegrass buck.
     

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  13. racksandspurs

    racksandspurs facebook page...racksandspurs taxidermy

    Same deer ,just a better angle. Nice mounts by everyone!
     

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  14. RadarLuv

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  15. Artie mags

    Artie mags New Member

    This one was cool he had a wicked scar on his face missing part of his nose


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  16. Mark in IL

    Mark in IL New Member

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    Here's the first one. Same deer - different angles - McKenzie Semi Sneak HD Series
     
  17. Mark in IL

    Mark in IL New Member

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    Here's the second one. Another McKenzie Semi Sneak The brisket looks crooked in the picture but it's not. The whorl was naturally a little of center though.
     
  18. Karl

    Karl OUTDOOR VISIONS TAXIDERMY

    A young girls first deer,taken during our Mo. youth season. She chose the Mck. 4600 and alert ears forward.
     

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  19. hoytman

    hoytman UTA Member

    Very smooth Karl, real nice work
     
  20. Here is my latest, client picked up yesterday. PA Archery

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