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I'm Ready For My Close-Up!

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by buckmaster14, Jun 25, 2012.

  1. buckmaster14

    buckmaster14 Sometimes you get lucky...

    Ridin the roads the other day i saw this doe standin on the edge... managed to snap a few pics before she bolted....

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  2. Brian Reinertson

    Brian Reinertson Well-Known Member

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    Great reference photos for an alert doe mount. She has perfect symmetry
     

  3. livbucks

    livbucks Well-Known Member

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    If you set an eye like that you would be ridiculed.
     
  4. huntnut78

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    Re: Re: Re: I'm Ready For My Close-Up!

    Yup, and her nose is way too black.

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  5. Brian Reinertson

    Brian Reinertson Well-Known Member

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    Funny how that works huh? There are posts of impecable work on here. The cleanest prettiest mounts any of us have ever seen. I still to this day haven't seen a reference picture or live deer that look like those mounts.
     
  6. JEJ

    JEJ Active Member

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    Looking at that third pic looks as though she still has fawns in her.
     
  7. srholmes30

    srholmes30 Living each and every day

    Nice pictures
     
  8. Matt

    Matt Active Member

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    Note how high she is holding those ears. Nice shots, thanks for sharing.
     
  9. Ron1949

    Ron1949 Member

    Nice pictures! Ron
     
  10. Glen Conley

    Glen Conley KARMA GOOSE R.I.P. 2006-2006

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    Good pictures. Good for argument/debate. Putting them in an archieve with "Aren't most deer forms incorrect at the base of the skull?" would be a great addition. That doe illustrates physical conformation that is not displayed by the more commonly photographed subspecies of whitetail.

    The photos would need to be posted to taxidermy.net. If that one defies your photo program, let me know and I would be glad to move them for you.

    I will also start adding analytical comment about the doe and what expectations would go along with deer of the region.
     
  11. eliscull

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    good pic showing also where the earbutt starts in ref to eyes
     
  12. buckmaster14

    buckmaster14 Sometimes you get lucky...

    Glen, im a little confused about this post... What is it that you would like me to do?
     
  13. buckmaster14

    buckmaster14 Sometimes you get lucky...

    Heres a few more pics...

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  14. Glen Conley

    Glen Conley KARMA GOOSE R.I.P. 2006-2006

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    Buckmaster14! I went ahead and took the liberty to move your photos to the BIG CLASSICAL THREAD! This will make them permanent.

    They're here:
    http://www.taxidermy.net/forum/index.php/topic,91719.630.html

    Enter any comments you have at this time. You other guys jump in with comment also.