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Grand Slam

Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Randy, Dec 26, 2016.

  1. Randy

    Randy Huntin Chamios on Mount Cook, New Zealand

    Here is a picture of a project I just finished. I wish I had a better picture because the Dahl sheep neck looks odd at the angle the picture was taken. I used Dale manning's Habitat Rock. Its a great product. Tyler Ono from Tri Cities Washington did a great job helping me with the rock work.

    Thanks for looking

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  2. Swtchmob21

    Swtchmob21 Active Member

    Awesome man love big projects like this

    All the sheep are spread out and not just thrown together great job!

  3. Mike Powell

    Mike Powell Well-Known Member

    Great job!
  4. Museum Man

    Museum Man Well-Known Member

    very nice job
  5. tomdes

    tomdes Me my dear and Fall BAZZ!!!

    Wow, impressive!! I guess it won't be getting moved too much in the future...
  6. Thanks Randy, that's a great photo! What a fun project.
  7. Skywalker

    Skywalker Well-Known Member

    Definitely one of the better ones I've seen! Great job.
  8. scottdawg

    scottdawg Member

    Awesome job!
  9. Very well done.
  10. JEJ

    JEJ Active Member

    Very nice! Certainly need a large room to pull off a piece that size so you didn't have to crowd them
  11. Kastaway

    Kastaway Taxidermist, Pioneer of Freeze Drying 1969

    Dales rocks are the best out there. Here are some photos of my trophy room. I have a waterall that starts at the top and ends up in a 9' by 12' pool built into the floor. A lot of work, but the only way to go on any project.
  12. Bulldog 32

    Bulldog 32 New Member

    Awesome work! Hopefully one day I will be able to tackle a project like that one day.
  13. Stunning piece, and I love that the mountain goat is right up above the slam up in the snowy rocks.

    Awesome work, and I agree working with Habitat rock is awesome and produces a great product!
  14. Kastaway

    Kastaway Taxidermist, Pioneer of Freeze Drying 1969

    went up on the mountain and shot some more neat photos.