There's a taxidermist near me who posts pretty good pictures. I've worked with him a couple times on large projects. He took classes from Mutuskee. His work is good, but he seems to show white in the front and back corners of the eyes a lot. Very often in deer, and almost always in elk. Is this normal? I thought the white would show which direction the animal was looking, but to me it looks unnatural to show white at both ends. What is the "rule of white?"