It's been a while since I had time to post a wingtip little less even visit the forum. Here;s a tip several people asked about One which I'm sure will offer up many other different ways to accomplish, Here is how I ''CARD" wings on large birds I will post the technique on smaller birds at another time. The photos show the basic procedure but it;s basically running a wire under the wing to support the primaries and secondaries. I use a needle with cape thread to hold the last primary to the wire loop, this holds the wing in extended position. I then tape and card the feathers into position, One thing you will see in the pics is I then either run thread wing to wing to further extend, curl or cup the wing into the desired position for the desired effect, You can also run a wire into the breast of the bird to ''pull the leading primaries into position. The following pics will explain the technique better. Look at the pics and I think they will help out! GOOD LUCK!