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Saya - Ive had good luck using clay to mold the body and head for mice... It worked well for me . I did this due to not having Balsa handy at...
Sorry, just saw your full post and you already knew that....
Looks link a MsKenzie catalog to me.
[ATTACH] A hoodie I'm working now. I've wanted to do one of theses for a few years.
Both the fox and baseblook really good.
I have had good results using latex caulk , inserted through a small cut by inserting the nozzle into the hide. The cut can be placed in an area...
Bulldog-Looks good, Turned out really nice
Looks nice. Good job on the eyes in particular.
Very nice on the last two cats
Good tip here,,,, will try this on next woody,,,,thanks
Very nice. She's got talent
Check out. http://www.taxidermy.net/forum/index.php/topic,127359.msg861803.html#msg861803 In the tutorial section,,,, it is a good one
X2 on your mount Katie. Really nice
I have had better accuracy stretching lengthwise first and then girth second......
Another option to consider based on the hole and location is to user super glue to glue the hole shut and back the glued hole with a small piece...
Check Harbor Freight,,,, they had some decent casters at a great price last time I was there.
Interesting specimen ,,,,,,,,,Is your plan to mount the Yote? If so post pics when done..
I have also used nitrile glove pieces with super glue to repair small holes.... The glove material sticks once and fast to the super glue.