I've purchased a full body fox pelt off the forum and it's just about to get here. I'm eager to mount it and it's going to be only my second mount overall and my first full body. I know it won't be amazing but I'm looking to learn a lot by doing this one. I was wondering if anybody had any reference pictures of how the clay work on the red fox's face looks like. I've seen tons of pictures of live foxes obviously and will use tons to reference when I mount it, but I've never seen any of the clay work itself. I've searched the forum and found a couple very old posts and was wondering if anybody had any more photos that could help me. Sorry if I didn't use the search right, I tried different terms and came up with little. So in short, does anybody out there have any pictures of the clay work on a red fox mount? Thank you very much in advance. One more question- which pose would be easiest for a beginner like me to mount a fox in? I was thinking either a laying or a sitting position, but what do you guys think? Is standing easier? Do I have to do the skin tucking cuts on a standing mannequin? I bet these questions are dumb, sorry. I just want to make sure, I'd rather ask a dumb question and know than go in without knowing it. Sorry for all the questions. Thank you very much in advance for your time and help. I'm very new but have a lot of passion and your assistance means a lot to me.