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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by DEERMEISTER, Jun 19, 2013.
Here's a caribou I finished today. 1 of 7
sweet. i like the back of it. nice job.
I like it.
Very nice. I also like the back of it. How was that done if you do not mind sharing.
customer wanted option to hang on the wall maybe in the future, so I left the back flat. before mounting the cape I coated the back of the form with mixture of sheet rock mud, paper pulp and dextrine. I don't measure, just use handfuls. I added a little tempra paint near the end of mixing. I want the paint to be swirly and not thoroughly mixed. spread on the back of the form with putty knife to thin coat. I then texture with natural sponge. Mashed in the hoof prints with my fingers. After it's dry I lightly paint in the hoof prints with tempera paint. total time including mixing everything, applying, painting tracks was maybe 15 minutes. I usually do 5 or 6 at a time so it really cuts down on the time for each.
Thanks for the info. It looks great.
Very nice! Thanks for sharing!
Looks very nice!!
I got one I have to do this week. Looking forward to it. Tired of deer right now
Did you make the rock as well? The detail in it is amazing.