Good examples of deer head mounting poses include the semi-sneak, full sneak, aggressive upright, and upright positions. The pedestal pose, which has the deer on a free-standing mount in a semi-upright position with its head turned upward, is another pose that is starting to gain popularity.
Any of these popular head mount poses can be used on a new or used mount. In addition to the four basic head mount poses, there are variations of each pose. Examples of these variations include the full sneak, head down pose, the semi-sneak, head up pose, full upright, and the semi-sneak, head up, and 90-degree turn pose. Each of these poses can be turned towards the right or the left.