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its going to be a euro mount, my first.
white tailed deer…i assume this is hard as opposed to velvet?
Any tips on this? will the antlers be compromised?
I've done a bunch of bear. Most came out quite well. I have had a couple really greasy ones though.
I used hair bleach...40 volume...
Thanks for the tip on the alcohol. Last night I saved a newborn goat heart, toungue, and eyes for a wet specimin experiment. I can't believe how...
Thanks! It was really torn up everywhere...lots of sEwing. The feet are horrible...so many tears and hard to cover up the stitches.
I did it last night and it went PERFECT! I barely used the knife. I didn't pull but moved my thumb under and pulled a little as I went. No nicks!
Thanks! I don't know. It was a coyote skull but naturally cleaned". The peroxide bath hardly whitened it at all. I think I did a bear skull too....
I used the stuffed method with sawdust. Out of date method but worked perfectly on this pose.
Looking at this pic it shows a lot of shadows that look greasy but its not. I should take a better picture of this.
wanted to share a pic of this guy. It is by far the best skull I have ever done. Not sure why this one came out so much better than other ones in...
I will be skinning a day old goat tonight. I hear the skin is very thin. To avoid a ton of sewing I'd like to pull as much skin off without...