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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by HOLMES, May 17, 2008.
Alaskan bear shoulder
Lets get ready to rumble.......... two big boys, ready to fight!
Well here's my last photo for the week. Full sneak meder form. I about gagged when the cape came in. It sat outside in a shed for ten days before it was brought in. I have to think Stop Rot had a huge part in saving the beautiful cape. It's 24" tight at the neck and is the redest I've gotten in this year. Main beam has a sticker growing out the back which prevents the left ear to extend rearword.
Here are a couple of 6500's that I recently got put together.
Nice work everyone!
This is about as exotic as my taxidermy gets I normally just do whitetail but this was kinda cool.
Still a lot of awesome work being posted. Good job to all!!!!!
Here is a buck I killed in Sonora last January. This is my fourth mount and I am thinking of entering him in our Arizona show next month. I still have to do some painting on him.
Very sweeeeet work this week!!! Im not a deer guy by any means, but here is a fullsneak deer just mounted last week. Its fresh, and pins in it and everything, but I figured it wouldnt hurt to post it. side shot of the head. Only decent pic that I took of it. Will post pics when its finished hopefully
Im intimidated, and embarrased to post my work in this section as is, so nobody work me over too hard!! LOL>
Cant remember if I posted this picture on here or not. Here is a customer with a massive nw missouri buck. Brisket was all drug off, as well as the hair from where the rope was used to DRAG IT OUT OF THE WOODS!!!! Sometimes I wonder about people.......LOL.
Great work everyone....here's a Tennessee buck mounted on Joe Coombs form.
all nice work,keep posting them
hows that hair doing on that pig?great looking mount
Just finished mounting this one this morning.
It seems to be working great..Thanks
Nice work everyone. Here is my contribution....ready to go home.
Nice work everyone! Just finished this one today. Finally was able to mount my own personal buck from last season.