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Here's another BEFORE and AFTER remount.

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by tomdes, Sep 20, 2013.

  1. tomdes

    tomdes Me my dear and Fall BAZZ!!!

    I just finished this head for a customer whose dad shot it in 1948 up in the Adirondacks, NY. He made my day with his comments below, they say it all:

    Tom, you've made a grown man tear up! seriously. My dad would have loved this! I am sure this is what he looked like in the wild, it turned out even better than I could ever imagine. OMG!!!

    Thanks so much!,

    I have to give Jim Willard from MN a plug here, this replacement cape came from him and it was awesome, all I had to do was wash and mount. Thanks Jim...

    Here are the before and after pictures:


    Tom D...
  2. verne

    verne Well-Known Member

    Very nice ;)

  3. boarhunter67

    boarhunter67 Well-Known Member

    Very nice. Amazing what a little paint can do.
  4. Museum Man

    Museum Man Well-Known Member

    great job
  5. rogerswildlife

    rogerswildlife Rogers Wildlife Taxidermy Tommy Rogers

    I bet he was very happy ! Nice job!!
  6. AaronWolf

    AaronWolf Member

    What form did you use? very nice work!
  7. ShamanCoyote

    ShamanCoyote New Member

    wow!!! just fantastic
  8. tomdes

    tomdes Me my dear and Fall BAZZ!!!

    It was a Matt Thompson form...
  9. TnMatt

    TnMatt Member

    Wow, what a transformation, looks great, I would be happy to!
  10. Looks great, that old mount was the first 'open mouth' mount. :)
  11. silverbuck

    silverbuck New Member

    Excellent remount !!!! 8)
  12. boarhunter67

    boarhunter67 Well-Known Member

    In case anyone took my comment about paint seriously, I was joking. But I was serious about how amazing it looks after.
  13. srholmes30

    srholmes30 Living each and every day

    Real nice
  14. Nice job
  15. LordRusty

    LordRusty If I agreed with you, we'd both be wrong.

    Well done, Tom. ;)