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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by HOLMES, Feb 22, 2008.
that velvet buck is NICE! drops and all....
What form did you use on that deer in velvet?
Here's a McKenzie wall pedestal that I completed a couple of weeks ago.
I used a Meder sneak.
thanks for the complements guys,they are all commercial mounts nothing special,here is a 6500 we did Thursday,most of the deer were doing now are early oct.bow kills with short hair,they sure make some pretty mounts,one of the guys who works for me is doing a Flemming mount today,its his 6th deer i will post a photo for him later tonight.keep up good work people
Here is a mount on a form from Ozark Woods, it works great for capes that are short in the brisket.
Here is a 117# tennessee early muzzle loader season buck. Still had velvet hanging on it.
Trying to Post a pic for the first time
everyone go and download a free program called picasa - it lets you do basic retouch of photos
Here's one I finished tonight
Here's what the shop looked like when I left tonight, yes, that's the same Elk ........ I gotta re-hydrate & fix my ear butts, they look like crap!!!!
My two mounting projects for tomorrow while watching the NASCAR race Another 1/2 lifesize Audad & another Red deer. I had started to do the Red Deer tonight, but wound up just bagging it........ I'm pooped LOL
nice deer ! great group of bucks on that wall
I just got this one finished late last night for a customer. It offically scored P & Y 138 2/8 here in Kentucky.
very nice big john
AS always very nice work John!
Curt Voges ask me to post this for him. Thanks Curt, nice work.
here is one i just put together yesterday, one of the biggest wt i have done yet
ed150 looks good job i sure like the to bucks to the right, what forms did u use?
This mount about send me to the funny farm. Talk about going into something blind. I now can say, "I have mounted a warthog." You know, this is one of those beast that I could really care less, if I ever got one in the shop again. Oh well, chalk it up as experience. Back to whitetails and fish.
1 of 4 albino shoulder mounts