Deer Nose

Submitted by Jeff on 3/17/05 at 7:41 PM. ( )

New to taxidermy, when finished mounting deer, the nose does not seem to have natural bumps. My deer noses when dried seem flat with no definet bumps/nodules. What might I be doing wrong, I do have a dan-d-noser, but using that and apoxie sculpt cover the fine hairs on the deers nose, whiches looses the natural appearance. Thanks you!

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This response submitted by Justin on 3/17/05 at 7:57 PM. ( )

If you can get ahold of the Sallie Dahmes Whitetail deer mount from A-Z video, she does a great job toward the end of how to texture and finish the nose.


This response submitted by AJ on 3/17/05 at 8:39 PM. ( )

Get yourself some Mod-podge (spelling?) from wal-mart or any craft store. Apply with a siringe(dots) or dab dots with the handle of a artists brush. This method will give you the best random pattern unlike the rasberry dan-d-noser look and you wont cover those nose hairs. Some people paint after texturing the nose but i prefer to paint before, and then let the mod-podge give it that finished wet look. i hope this helped. Also use the orange search button on the left to get other mod-podge methods. good luck

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