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Fixing a slip need help

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by siffordstaxidermy, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. So I need a little help, I had a WT ear slip about the size of a golf ball on the back of the ear. I was thinking of flocking but there's gotta be a better fix. Any help would be greatly appreciated here is a pic to show what im workin with. I airbrushed it burnt umber for a base color.[​IMG]

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  2. Re: Re: Fixing a slip need help

    Nobody?

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  3. i've used this method with fox.. Perhaps it would work on whitetail? if you took a scalpel and removed the skin and replaced it with a spare it might work. I've never done it with a whitetail but just a suggestion incase no one else has one.

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  4. Re: Re: Fixing a slip need help

    Thank u paws that is a great link. And thank u uncle henry for the tutorial. Now to find an extra ear lol

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  5. duxdown

    duxdown New Member

    Well I have used super glue and extra hair from a cape, cut and started patching, I know not the perfect thing but if done with care and a little ability the average jo would never know.