baldness?

Submitted by terryr on 02/22/2004 at 10:49. ( ) 12.160.152.151

i was sent ot archives for this question but I CANT FIND IT THERE.
deer i mounted lost a lot of hair on scalp which was intensified when i sewed it up - i need to replace hair at that spot - how do i go about it to make it look natural - mount has dried

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Ask Bill Yox

This response submitted by DaveT on 02/22/2004 at 11:04. ( ) 66.109.131.215

Sorry Bill, I had to lol

DaveT


bahahahah

This response submitted by MikeM on 02/22/2004 at 11:19. ( ) 24.204.90.18

Dang Dave, now i goy coffee in the keyboard..

lmao


got even!

This response submitted by MikeM on 02/22/2004 at 11:20. ( ) 24.204.90.18

lol


there was an article in Breakthrough

This response submitted by b bishop on 02/22/2004 at 11:21. ( ) 65.73.67.215

about this very thing and it was by Larry Bloomquist but not sure what one it was in ? He basically found a patch of hair that was identical to the spot of repair and then have some 5 min.epoxy mixed and ready and then pinch sime of the hair on the patch , trim close to the scalp with razor , dip base of hairs into epoxy and place on repair spot , continue as needed.


now I ask you...

This response submitted by Bill Yox on 02/22/2004 at 16:35. ( ) 209.130.137.155

If youve seen my shining pate, why in the world would you think I would know anything about this? Hahaha. Actually, if the deer scalp is indeed bald, its an easy fix. No other hair pattern besides maybe the brisket is quite as seperate from the sorrounding hair patterns as a brow. Just cut a complete brow from a scrap cape and sew into place. It matches well as it doesnt need to blend around the edges, as its different anyway. Easy accurate fix! Now, if I could only apply that on MY noggin...


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