Taxidermy Nice Big Sable

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  1. The Artistry of Wildlife

    The Artistry of Wildlife SPONSOR AH Veteran

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  2. spike.t

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    very nice dennis. what sort of metal work do you use to keep it up , must be heavy duty to stop it bending or have you got super light weight forms?
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    Great mount looks beautifull.

    My best always
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    bloody hell dennis thats fantastic who ever belong s to that sable is going to love you bloke
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    Wow, what a great piece of taxidermy work!
  6. James.Grage

    James.Grage GOLD SUPPORTER AH Legend

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    A great trophy and well displayed for it owner.

    nice work
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    Dennis, Do your clients ask for these poses or do you get carte blanche to dream up new ones?

    Nice trophy.
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    Beautiful work Dennis! .....Someone is going to be very happy on "pick up the Sable day"!!
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    Very nice work Dennis, at what point do you give them a pulse?:D Very lifelike, well done.
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    Thanks 35bore, I guess you see my respect for animals. The only way to respect the life they had and grace of god that we can hunt and collect these creatures is to recreate them with all the skill and life I can put into them with the tools I was given, my hands . If taxidermy does not LOOK alive it's not done correctly. I thank you all for the positive comments.

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