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Ammonia. I think is a very important factor in the degreasing solution (along with the Dawn).
Not sure about true tan. I think you will find most on here use borax or 50/50 denatured alcohol.
I would say heat your fish with a hair dryer first, spray your clear, then hit it with some warm air after you spray.
Tom Wiekum from Cheyenne, WY has a good Mule Deer video. He does very well on anatomy.
I do it like MP's tutorial.
Since this is a landing bird, I think the legs should not be hanging straight down. Could be wrong, Like George says, some good reference would...
One vote for nothing. Even if the oil lasts for a while, then what?
First thing I noticed on the bass was the smooth Apoxie around the eye. You can see exactly where you apoxied the eye. Try to texture the...
I trim mine with a table saw, you can get any angle you want.
I know the whole arguement about Bondo being an adhesive or not, but that's what I use. Don't think I'd rely on hot glue.
Introduced to taxidermy at about age 12, mouted a red-headed woodpecker.
Northwestern School of Taxidermy, read...
I would push the ear butts up closer to the antlers. Something looks funky on the lipline on the 2nd picture, maybe you hadn't tucked it yet. The...
Just did a little research. One sourse says only elephants have ivory another says hippos, walrus and narwhal have ivory. I think I'll continue to...
There's some stuff I see, but overall I think it looks good. Your work, or are we critiquing someones elses work?
Did you degrease it? Could be grease spots.
I think that they most often have pink eyes, but it's not a rule. Albinos lack pigment in the skin and eyes. That picture you posted doesn't show...
I don't care for it, but it's your mount.
You can make some cuts in the cape when it's frozen, hard to tell where to cut the skin from the meat. I agree let it thaw.
I actually sharpened a flathead screwdriver and use it to pry around the base, once I cut it.