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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by Steven Klee, Feb 9, 2015.
ether that or build it up with clay. you could even squeeze the skin to gether and watch it as it dries.
Thanks Ada! Some great pieces out there everyone
Antelope on a Coombs form just finished up.
Re: " GAME HEAD OF THE WEEK " February 9, 2015
Very nice work guys!
This deer came from Canada. It was starting to shed the velvet.
Thanks tem I'll give it a shot on my next one
These are some awesome deer on here this week..... Rick the coloration and peeling velvet WOW what a great job.
Stunning work guys! I've got a Coombs 9500 with my own personal deer I'm hoping to get to soon!
Sorry Steve for not explaining thorough. I meant in the muzzle, along each side of the bridge of the nose. Also behind the nose itself. I understand some modification has to be done for each animal. Just yours looks so full and natural. I also tend to run a bit of clay down to make the wrinkles look more profound.
Nice job Rick.
I used to build up all the time with clay to get that look, I was working way too hard. Now it's all just done in proper measuring and ordering the right size form, the taxying of the skin, then in the finish work by back brushing for a soft full look. I'm not saying there aren't rare instances where one might have to fill out something with clay, but about the only area I add any clay these days is the nose pad itself and the occasional dew lap for mature deer.
Great week by the way, Awesome work every one.
Hi, I'm Cvetan and am Bulgaria.On some of my work.
Thanks Steve, Seems I might have to brush up on my measuring skills. I agree also one of the best weeks yet. Great work every one!!!
Welcome on the Taxi.net Cvetan, very nice detail on that roe nose!
Thank you Milo