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October 12, 2016 – 11:56 am
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Been awhile since I’ve posted been super busy playing catch up, but here is a custom deer from molding to casting to sculpting , no nasel passage on the deers left side , twisted jaw bone , fun project 

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October 12, 2016 – 1:14 pm
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Interesting and definitely different.  I guess we (at least I do) forget that in nature not all critters are perfect.

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Great job! Well done! It’s refreshing to see that it wasn’t “fixed”. I really like it when a mount reflects how the deer actually like while alive. 

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October 16, 2016 – 6:37 pm
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Great job!!!  I’m glad you did not fix the way God made that animal.  I always try to talk clients into not fixing the things that are naturally wrong or broken with their mount.

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I agree with you guys on the not fixing it, BUT others who don’t have any history with the animal will think the taxidermist botch the job something horrible. 

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October 17, 2016 – 11:51 pm
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I did forget to attach the trail cam pic like I have been doing 

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October 18, 2016 – 12:32 am
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CJ Herring said
I agree with you guys on the not fixing it, BUT others who don’t have any history with the animal will think the taxidermist botch the job something horrible.   

I thought about that also but with that trail cam photo they can’t argue with the way it looks in nature. 

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