Here's the issue, I had a buck with one ear that was relay damaged. It was punctured in the middle of the ear and ripped angling up and out toward the top of the ear. I sewed it and had to cut down a large earliner to make it fit the ear. Both sides were evened and I used epoxy earliner glue to glue them in. This was last week, now the one side is perfectly glued down, but, the damaged side is dry all around, but not the inner low spots in the ear. it has drummed up while still damp in the inner portion of the ear. I have been using smaller sized earliners cut down and placed inside the ear for carding to hold the skin evenly against the liner. Has anyone ever deliberately sliced the inner ear skin lengthwise down these low spots and epoxy sculpted the seam. I am at a loss on what to do.