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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-09-2015, 06:37 PM
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Re: BIG BAD Wolf

Nice, very nice. Anyone who does not get the message that wolf is sending is either a Big Foot or a mountain lion.

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I don't know if I like the wolf or the deer leg better...

great mount.

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That looks very intimidating and ALIVE!
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Awesome!

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Wow! Nice mount.

The older I get, the stronger gravity becomes.
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a good friend of mine, Paul Czarnecki of tri-state taxidermy
mounted a life size grizzly years ago. part of the mount was going to include a dead deer, partially buried in the habitat.

the deer head, neck and partial shoulder was laying on the shop floor, eyes all glazed over, color faded,. I thought it was a customer deer thawing out waiting to be skinned.

never thought it was mounted, just another "dead" deer waiting to be worked on.

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Re: BIG BAD Wolf

and your point is? we are talking about a wolf any basework for the mount?
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Awesome!!

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Re: BIG BAD Wolf

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and your point is? we are talking about a wolf any basework for the mount?
the point was about the deer leg with the wolf. its a mounted deer leg that the wolf is eating. mounting animals to make them look dead or parts of an animal and making it look real takes talent.

I was simply making reference to a dead deer mount a friend of mine did that I thought was actually a dead deer on his shop floor waiting to be worked on.

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