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" Game Head Of The Month " October 2019

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by Steven Klee, Oct 1, 2019.

  1. Steven Klee

    Steven Klee Steven Klee Studios

    Welcome everyone to Game Head of the Month, a critique free thread where we can all gather to both admire and inspire...

    All talent and experience levels are represented here which makes this particular thread a unique learning tool of great value when used positively......

    So understanding that, THANK YOU to those who go the extra mile to share here.

    On a personal note, I hope everyone has a blessed season, be safe and may your family's bond with the outdoors stay strong....

    Post em' if you got em'!

    Best,
    Steve
     
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  2. IMG_8644.jpg I've only done a dozen deer and each one I see improvement. This is the most recent and probably my favorite. Still some things to work on but I am pleased with this one.
     
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  3. Kevin Halle

    Kevin Halle Well-Known Member

    Been a long time since I’ve posted in the forums. Here is just a little whitetail. 549CED53-066D-4E6A-8C12-72C12B2ADDD9.jpeg
     
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  4. HWF

    HWF Member

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  5. krollh

    krollh Active Member

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    IMG_4020.JPG Have to give Ben Jones some credit with Replica Racks for the artificial velvet. Was lucky to have such an early season cape in good shape.
     
  6. AZ~Rich

    AZ~Rich " Africa" never fails to satisfy

    4A903B8E-7D46-4364-B6D5-33C67131F251.jpeg 98220855-F4C0-453E-9011-709FD2283D7D.jpeg 68738384-A0BF-42A3-BCCD-5921DF9F7A90.jpeg Coues buck
     
  7. swampfox2

    swampfox2 Well-Known Member

     
  8. swampfox2

    swampfox2 Well-Known Member

    What form did you use on your mount ?
     
  9. AZ~Rich

    AZ~Rich " Africa" never fails to satisfy

    Not sure you were asking me but I used a Mckenzie Semi Sneak Offset RT CS-6533. I have another one to do using the next size up CS-6663. IMO these forms are best placed a little lower on a wall to engage the viewer. If hung too high it gives a feeling that its looking up (into empty space). IMG_1876 (002).JPG
     
    Last edited: Oct 8, 2019
  10. krollh

    krollh Active Member

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    Looks good AZ Rich.

    I used a Behn 8900 on the velvet wall ped.
     
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  11. swampfox2

    swampfox2 Well-Known Member

    Krollh- I really like that mount you did on the 8900 wall pedestal. Makes me want to mount one.
     
  12. verne

    verne Well-Known Member

  13. swampfox2

    swampfox2 Well-Known Member

    Verne- You knock them out of the park every at bat ! Looks great ! Is that a 6500 or6900 ?
     
  14. verne

    verne Well-Known Member

    6900;Thanks .
     
  15. BO-N-ARO

    BO-N-ARO Hunt hard but hunt safe!

    48F85C23-2FF8-4F5E-8C0F-A304362C02AA.jpeg Love working with these 6900 forms.
     
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  16. BO-N-ARO

    BO-N-ARO Hunt hard but hunt safe!

    8A2EE384-6203-4A6C-900D-9238576362D4.jpeg Had to drop the head down a bit so these antlers would clear the wall. The main beams really sweep down low from the bases too.
    This cape had more ticks than I can explain!!! I have never seen so many. I could not get the head in the freezer fast enough.
     
  17. swampfox2

    swampfox2 Well-Known Member

  18. GP1419

    GP1419 Member

    20191020_185927.jpg 2 big Saskatchewan bucks ready to go
     
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  19. swampfox2

    swampfox2 Well-Known Member

    Those palmations are something else !
     
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  20. swampfox2

    swampfox2 Well-Known Member

    His momma must have hung out in a moose bar up there ! lol
     
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