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#5395723 - 11/03/14 09:46 AM Last weeks work
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Here's a few pics of some mounts I was working on last week. I'll post the finished pics as soon as everything is done






These two bucks were killed off a lease in Rocksprings last season, the client wanted them mounted to look like they were about to lock antlers.


A completed wall pedestal ram mount
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#5399744 - 11/05/14 06:34 AM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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Fingers crossed I have something for you some day, I really like your work. up
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#5400077 - 11/05/14 09:23 AM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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nice tusks on that warthog. Like that aggressive buck on the wall as a pedestal. Is that a Matt Thompson form? Good work.
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#5400525 - 11/05/14 11:41 AM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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Both the white tail are on Matt Thompson forms. I altered the heads on both of them to give them a little more of a posturing up / aggressive look
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#5403723 - 11/06/14 05:40 PM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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looks great
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#5404645 - 11/07/14 08:04 AM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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Nice work, Taylor
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#5405446 - 11/07/14 01:45 PM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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Very nice work!

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#5405797 - 11/07/14 04:56 PM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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Nice work!!

What is that mount called on the last photo with the goat? Still considered a shoulder? or does it have it's own class? They seem to be getting more popular.
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#5406562 - 11/08/14 08:47 AM Re: Last weeks work [Re: Western]
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Originally Posted By: Western
Nice work!!

What is that mount called on the last photo with the goat? Still considered a shoulder? or does it have it's own class? They seem to be getting more popular.


The Barbado ram was a left turn wall pedestal mount. Still a shoulder mount, but shows off a little more of the shoulder and gives the mount more depth than a traditional straight forward mount
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#5406934 - 11/08/14 01:04 PM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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Originally Posted By: TnT Taxidermist
Originally Posted By: Western
Nice work!!

What is that mount called on the last photo with the goat? Still considered a shoulder? or does it have it's own class? They seem to be getting more popular.


The Barbado ram was a left turn wall pedestal mount. Still a shoulder mount, but shows off a little more of the shoulder and gives the mount more depth than a traditional straight forward mount


Thanks Taylor, I like that profile, seen to many of the normal shoulders I guess and that look adds to the character of the mount. May just be a "taste" thing. Are those harder to do?
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#5408221 - 11/09/14 09:20 AM Re: Last weeks work [Re: Western]
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Originally Posted By: Western
Originally Posted By: TnT Taxidermist
Originally Posted By: Western
Nice work!!

What is that mount called on the last photo with the goat? Still considered a shoulder? or does it have it's own class? They seem to be getting more popular.


The Barbado ram was a left turn wall pedestal mount. Still a shoulder mount, but shows off a little more of the shoulder and gives the mount more depth than a traditional straight forward mount


Thanks Taylor, I like that profile, seen to many of the normal shoulders I guess and that look adds to the character of the mount. May just be a "taste" thing. Are those harder to do?

They take a little more time and materials but they are not that much harder to do than a standard shoulder mount. Just a little different process when your finishing them up
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#5408280 - 11/09/14 09:55 AM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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#5409044 - 11/09/14 05:32 PM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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Thanks, just curious, would like to get my next one done that way.

Nice deer there too, like how you get a good muscle tone up
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#5411806 - 11/10/14 07:08 PM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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I like the two bucks!

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#5412118 - 11/10/14 08:56 PM Re: Last weeks work [Re: TnT Taxidermist]
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Nice work!

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