Sorry, but I have no pictures so my description will have to do. I just finished a mount yesterday that looks really bad. It was my own deer, so at least I won't have to be ashamed to hand it over to someone else. It was a professionally wet-tanned cape that was handled exactly like all the other deer I have ever done. The only difference was that it took like 10 months for the tannery to get me the cape back, but I don't know if being frozen that long should have mattered or not. After thawing I put it in a bucket of dawn and water (room temp, maybe 65 degrees) for about 20 minutes before rinsing off with cooler water. Then I let it hang and drip dry for maybe ten minutes before addressing the final prep on the eyes, lips, nose, before putting the ear liners in. Here is the problem. First of all, it had all of its hair when I sent it to the tannery. When I put it together it was missing areas of hair around the mouth, like 4-5 spots. I have done maybe a 100 or so mounts over the years and have never had this problem before. Second, their are a number of problem areas with the rest of the hair. Some places it is curling sideways. Spots of the face won't comb even. When I was putting the earliners in I couldn't even get all the hair of the back of the ears to lay down flat, they too wanted to curl up. I realize that without a pic it is harder to give a good guess, but what might be biggest problem be? Other than the hair that totally slipped, is the rest slippage too? Because the ears especially do not seem to have slipped, the hair just wants to curl. The same goes for the hair on the shoulders and the side of the face. It doesn't seem to be slipped in my amateur opinion, just "twisted" for lack of a better term.