Tom Benedict, finder of interesting deceased animal parts, has figured out that paint and a moose skull go together like Hall & Oats.
The MontanaFinders owner enjoyed wandering the wilderness so, he decided to turn his love for hunting sheds into a profitable hobby. He now takes his finds and turns the otherwise macabre into interesting artistic pieces.
This 22” x9” black bull moose skull was found shortly after naturally losing his antlers. Tom cleaned it up, painted it white, and then added a layer of black paint on top. After sanding the majority of the black layer away, all that remains is the gorgeous low tying details.
If you’ve always wanted an ever-elusive, classy moose skull to hang on the wall or sit in the corner of the office… you no longer have an excuse.