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how I dremel noses

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Clint, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. April Payne

    April Payne New Member

    Beautiful! I will most definitely use this method on my next competition piece.
     
  2. dugart

    dugart Doug Smith / D-Sign,LLC. 616-392-3841

    Marking...........thanks!
     

  3. Very impressive.
     
  4. Dave Byrd

    Dave Byrd Active Member

    I will definitely have to give this a try!
     
  5. Nice
     
  6. Clint,
    do you epoxie the nose before you mount?
     
  7. JoeRo

    JoeRo New Member

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    Thats amazing work. Great idea thanks for sharing!

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  8. I do all apoxi after mounting.
     
  9. MCORRELL

    MCORRELL New Member

    thanks for the info!!
     
  10. Hingi

    Hingi New Member

    Where did you get that reference cast? Do you use a similar technique for your competition mounts? If so, what do you differently?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  11. Very close to the technique I use. A bit different, but close. I do it on ALL my mounts. Commercial or not. Nothing throws me over the edge faster than seeing a nose plugged with filler. Good job on the tutorial!!!!
     
  12. Wow, looks pretty cool. Takes me way longer to get acceptable nostrils and septum from the front, I may have to try that.
     
  13. Marking great tutorial


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  14. Hingi, I got the reference cast from Ohio taxidermy Supply. I have always used this technique for competition and it does well, from now on I will be casting my nose for the higher levels of competition.
     
  15. Hingi

    Hingi New Member

    Clint,

    Thanks for the info...fyi, I was the new guy at the show this last month. Just trying to get better than a sweet green in the open division.

    Jeff
     
  16. country

    country Member

    I have to try this!- marking
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