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Old 01-01-2011, 06:11 PM
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Cloke, I just finished on up last week but the pic is on the computer at the studio. I will post pics tomorrow or Monday a.m for you.
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Old 01-01-2011, 10:24 PM
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Piebald doe

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I like the pieball doe, Very nice ..
Do you go on the TAXIDERMY.NET sight also ??
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Old 01-02-2011, 07:01 AM
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I like the pieball doe, Very nice ..
Do you go on the TAXIDERMY.NET sight also ??
Yes I do, all the time.
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Old 01-02-2011, 03:20 PM
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Here is a deer I just completed yesterday. I had worked with a taxidermist for a while last year and this is the first one I did completely on my own in my own shop.
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Old 01-02-2011, 04:38 PM
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Very nice first mount .
SO are you looking to do them for a hobby or possible open a shop ...
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Old 01-02-2011, 04:53 PM
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Constructive comments are good as long asthere not brutal. I post on archery talk and some of there comments are uncalled for and not worth answering.

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Try going to Taxidermy.net .
If your not in the Superstar spot light them you will be harassed .
Plenty of good info. . Just no call for the B.S. on there ..
They actualy think you need to be a world class taxi. to actualy comment on someones work ???
Wow ...
This sight is much more user freindly ...
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Old 01-02-2011, 09:27 PM
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Very nice first mount .
SO are you looking to do them for a hobby or possible open a shop ...
Thanks, I would like to do it as a hobby and as a part time business when I am slow at the motorcycle shop. I have several more deer to do over the next month or so.
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Old 01-02-2011, 09:55 PM
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Originally Posted by LKNCHOPPERS View Post
Here is a deer I just completed yesterday. I had worked with a taxidermist for a while last year and this is the first one I did completely on my own in my own shop.
Good job! you did great for your first mount, looks good.
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Old 01-20-2011, 12:07 PM
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Try going to Taxidermy.net .
If your not in the Superstar spot light them you will be harassed .
Plenty of good info. . Just no call for the B.S. on there ..
They actualy think you need to be a world class taxi. to actualy comment on someones work ???
Wow ...
This sight is much more user freindly ...
I have been posting on Taxidermy.net since they started (without photos.) I have not had any problems. It is a great site for info and ideas. I find a lot of off the wall items I am looking for. I have been doing this work for over 45 years so I have a thick skin.
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Old 01-20-2011, 07:07 PM
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Originally Posted by rgswildlife View Post
I have been posting on Taxidermy.net since they started (without photos.) I have not had any problems. It is a great site for info and ideas. I find a lot of off the wall items I am looking for. I have been doing this work for over 45 years so I have a thick skin.
I agree there is a to of good and new info. on the site practicaly every week .
I ejoy looking at the game head of the week . and also any info. regarding deer mounts etc .
I had commented on a newer taxidermists deer mount and was later , slammed , told I didnt know a thing abought the taxidermy field , etc..
There are a certain group of guys who are regulars on the Taxidermy.net site that realy stick together .
If one of them says a smart a$$ coment to you be prepaired to get harrased by the followers .
I have a lot of respect for any taxidermist do to all they must go through , weather its a bad cape ,pi$$ed off costumer , or just a bad day .
But to put down a possble future customer in front of who knows who and play it up like they have all the costumers they need ??
So when these guys go to competitions with there mounts , who or where do the judges come from , or what is there background as far as taxidermy ?
I,m not saying there all bad apples but that certain few ( at least on that site ) need to loose the chip on there shoulder .
I cant figure out where they have so much time to spend on the sight and still manage to get there work done ?
There are many new and old members that will tell you the same .

PS. RGSWildlife , your work shows you have been at it for quite some time .
Very nice .,
I love the elk mount .. Keep it up for 45 more ..
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