Hello folks! Ive been lurking on here for a few months now, asking a few questions, getting some great information! Thanks everyone for that! Ive been doing taxidermy for hobby for about 14 years now, but just a few heads a year usually. At the very least, Id like to say this site has really inspired me to get into it a little more. There are so many great minds with great ideas on here! I look forward to being a part of it! Just recently I finished my 2011 Minnesota buck that I shot this year. Im pretty happy with it and I wanted to share it with you folks here. I killed a much larger buck in WI with my bow this year as well and have it to mount next! Its a "slob" and I want to make sure I do it justice! Thanks for the help and new creative ideas... fire away! Now I know I have plenty of things to improve on! I just figured i'd let you guys beat me up a little! I think the best advice i heard from someone on here so far was how knowing what to improve on is half the battle, if we think we have it figured out, thats when were stuck with problems. BTW... This was also my 1st attempt at a wall habitat which I am very pleased with, however much of it is "real" and I realize that seems to be a no-no in this artistry. I'll get better Thanks everyone!