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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by 13 point, Dec 1, 2021.
Let’s see all your working on , please no critiques unless ask for . Post away :
dang it, one more round of alterations.
My work bench is empty ,not one deer,guess I should start using one eye instead of two.
Got my first eland mounted up today. Feel free to comment on anything you think could be done better. I had one of my taxidermy magazine's with an eland mounting article put aside to work with but I'd put it somewhere I wouldn't forget to use it ...... and I've forgotten where ive put it ><
It is leaning forward a touch, this old stand is slowly dying holding this one up.
Please critique. Positive feedback appreciated. Thanks
An axis just mounted up.
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Very Very Very nice , looks like you all do a lot of work.
You could say that lol
good to see you back
Nice , not tellling you not to post here as all is welcome feel free to continue to do so but if your looking for info critiques and such you may want to post your birds in the bird section work bench . A lot of good info and great artists there to help you .
No need to be sorry, lol you did nothing wrong , like I said all mounts are welcome , thanks for posting period .
Not on the stand yet but just skinned this guy out. By far the largest and most unique deer that I have had come in so I’m pretty excited to work on him.
Jessewild over all nice job on your buffy. A couple things stand out. The leg position looks like he's stepping off the log so when they are relaxed keep both legs straight under the bird. If he's stepping the head would come out of the relaxed position and be leading the bird off the driftwood so to speak. Also try to tuck the wings down into the side pockets and let the side pocket feathers cover the wing. Use reference pics of live birds and you will see where the bird holds its wings and legs and head while doing different things. The head could be groomed more their head looks as though the top of the head didn't fluff up a much as the rest did. Over as a really good job keep at it. Be safe
Another mountain Gato on deck. But . . . this is one of my personal ones from almost a decade ago, said I wouldn't shoot any more cats until I put one of my forever freezer cats together. Have some pups that I wouldn't mind tipping a few out to this year, so I guess it was time to get him together.
Nice to see you posting again Dennis.
sewed up, finish him out and groom tomorrow