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Game Head of the Week (7-22-11)

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by BillFromPa, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. BillFromPa

    BillFromPa Active Member

    Welcome to Game Head of the Week for 7-22-11. This is a critique free place to post pictures of game heads of all types, not just deer. I hope your all dealing with this heat, its been 102 here in Eastern Pennsylvania for the past few days. Stay cool everyone.
  2. Two Louisiana deer that I mounted for Scott Liriano and Jake Robart

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  3. dplais7124

    dplais7124 Active Member

    Re: Re: Game Head of the Week (7-22-11)

    Great looking deer John. Post the one you just finished.

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  4. Derek ( The Best Flat Artist I Personally Know ) Plaisance I have it in last weeks post, but for you I will post again.

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  5. Derek the two deer I posted first is on the same manikin I used to alter to get the wall pedestal mount.
  6. That looks so much like one we just finished up!
  7. Those look great.what size forms are those,look big.
  8. Nice work Mr.Coombs.
    Here is one of the best looking capes that I have seen in a long time mounted on a 8600 McKenzie.

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  9. John, the one we did is a pedestal with drift wood and a rock backing. The driftwood is in a similar position and we used the same leaves as you in nearly the same position. Great work!

    I'll get a photo today, I go in at 5. ;)
  10. dplais7124

    dplais7124 Active Member

    Re: Re: Game Head of the Week (7-22-11)

    Didn't notice it last week John. Its an awesome mount.

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  11. Thanks for the compliments

    All three deer are on the same manikin measuring 7 1/4 x 26 at the atlas vertebra. The wall pedestal was altered from the same manikin. The three deer were taken off the Mississippi River in Louisiana.

    Derek, awesome that is what I say when I see your drawings. Thanks

    ccook63 I agree that is a very nice looking cape, wow

    Rhasputin that really sounds like a very nice mount hope to get to see it Thanks
  12. double shovel

    double shovel SilverWillowTaxidermy

    Some of the most recent finished animals

  13. Deer head

    I had a customer who wanted something special for his buck that scored 192. I used Quik-Rock for the scene. For those of you that have trouble knowing what to charge for this kind of mount, I get $30 per hour plus materials. I charged $1200 for the deer & scene. Basework was not included. Hope this helps when you get a request for this kind of thing.

    Jim Willard

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  14. fozziebear

    fozziebear Active Member

  15. D.C.O

    D.C.O Dreamcatcher Outfitters & Taxidermy

    Very nice jim!
  16. NAV

    NAV Frontier Taxidermy

    I finally had some time to take a few pictures. Here is a bruiser that went home the other day, as well as a moose I finished recently. I scored the buck at 196 and some change.

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  17. JW, that is one sweet piece!!
  18. Great work everyone... Jim, that thing is insane. Great job. ;D
  19. Wayne R

    Wayne R NRA and B&C Life Member

    First TX deer for me, and last deer from last season.

  20. BMHET

    BMHET Member

    Awesome work everyone.