Wall Pedestal Mounts explained

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Wall pedestals can either be a right turn or a left turn. There are different directions within the right and left turns.

Wall Pedestal – RIGHT TURN

    •  A right turn looking straight put simply means that the left shoulder of the animal is against the wall and the animal is looking straight out from the wall (90º turn) Therefore, if you were to stand directly in front of the animal it would be looking straight at you.
    • A right turn looking straight put simply means that the left shoulder of the animal is against the wall and the animal is looking straight out from the wall (90º turn) Therefore, if you were to stand directly in front of the animal it would be looking straight at you.
    • ⅛ turn to the right: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ⅛ turn to the right, the animal would then be looking over your left shoulder, its head turned very slightly away from the center.(as if the animal might want to ‘look behind’ itself)
    • ¼ turn to the right: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ¼ turn to the right, the animal would then be looking over your left shoulder, its head turned slightly away from the center, but a more pronounced turn.(as if the animal might want to ‘look behind’ itself)
    • ½ turn to the right: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ½ turn to the right, the animal would then be looking over your left shoulder, its head turned quite extremely away from the center.(as if the animal might want to ‘look behind’ itself)
    • ⅛ turn to the left: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ⅛ turn to the left, the animal would then be looking over your right shoulder, its head turned very slightly away from the center.as if the animal might want to look ahead)
    • ¼ turn to the left: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ¼ turn to the left, the animal would then be looking over your right shoulder, its head turned slightly away from the center, but a more pronounced turn.(as if the animal might want to look ahead)
    • ½ turn to the left: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ½ turn to the left, the animal would then be looking over your right shoulder, its head turned its head turned quite extremely away from the center.(as if the animal might want to look ahead)
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Wall Pedestal – LEFT TURN

    • A left turn looking straight put simply means that the right shoulder of the animal is against the wall and the animal is looking straight out from the wall (90º turn) Therefore, if you were to stand directly in front of the animal it would be looking straight at you.
    •  ⅛ turn to the right: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ⅛ turn to the right, the animal would then be looking over your left shoulder, its head turned very slightly away from the center.(as if the animal might want to look ahead)
    • ¼ turn to the right: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ¼ turn to the right, the animal would then be looking over your left shoulder, its head turned slightly away from the center, but a more pronounced turn.(as if the animal might want to look ahead)
    • ½ turn to the right: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ½ turn to the right, the animal would then be looking over your left shoulder, its head turned its head turned quite extremely away from the center.(as if the animal might want to look ahead)
    • ⅛ turn to the left: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ⅛ turn to the left, the animal would then be looking over your right shoulder, its head turned very slightly away from the center. (as if the animal might want to ‘look behind’ itself)
    • ¼ turn to the left: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ¼ turn to the left, the animal would then be looking over your right shoulder, its head turned slightly away from the center, but a more pronounced turn.(as if the animal might want to ‘look behind’ itself)
    • ½ turn to the left: If you were to stand directly in front of a wall pedestal trophy that is a ½ turn to the left, the animal would then be looking over your right shoulder, its head turned its head turned quite extremely away from the center (as if the animal might want to ‘look behind’ itself)
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