Had a customer call(not one of mine) and stated his deer fell off the wall and broke its nose up. Here's what I received. This form was not even scratched so none of the skin was attached at all anywhere on the face. I sprayed the skin with wated and a little kemal4 added and wrapped in soaking wet towels then bagged for a couple day to re-hydrate. I wish I had taken pics of the nose all apart, but I wanted to hurry this project thru. Here's pics of the nose freshly foamed back together and the excess foam trimmed. The nostrils were not detailed and the lip line was about 1-8 wide-way to loose for the skin later. After re-foaming the pieces, we cut the nose off to do our bonded septum. The nose is split after removal and the septum area is dremeled out. After this we filled the dremeled area with bondo, smearing a thin layer on the bottom jaw are for strength. Then we pin the jaw in place to assure proper width for reattachment. Be sure you don't have an excess of bondo on the back side as we don't want to re-attach the nose quite yet. After the bondo hardens, remove the nose and we use 1/8" drill bit to cut our grooves and the actual nostril shape from the front. After grinding the nostrils the nose is re-attached with bondo and the lip slot cut. We then scratched the form and applied hide paste before taxiing the skin into place. Almost all the skin was still there so it goes back together really nice. Here's a couple pics of the skin re-applied and ready to dry. A quick 45 mins. and this deer is repaired. Simple fix. Here's a pic of why it fell. A piece of 1/8" strap steel with some holes drilled for attachment and hanging. We'll replace this with a nice hanger. I'll post some pics after it dries and during repair.