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What do you use for the "wet nose" look

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by traditions, Jan 29, 2016.

  1. traditions

    traditions New Member

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    I have been trying a few different products to get that "wet nose" look when fishing a big game nose. What are some of the products you use? Any thing special? Fish gloss coat? Krylon triple coat? Pros and cons of anything out there?
     
  2. Tanglewood Taxidermy

    Tanglewood Taxidermy Well-Known Member

    Mode Podge gloss.
     

  3. JerseyJays

    JerseyJays Well-Known Member

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    I use airbrush gloss.
    I wanna know what Steven Klee uses. . His noses are so nice
     
  4. 3bears

    3bears Well-Known Member

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    You're in luck Steven offer classes, I believe. To answer the original question, I use clear gloss and build it up in layers, until I achieve the look I am after.
     
  5. tem

    tem Well-Known Member

    I believe Steve uses the krylon. I do to.
     
  6. Dannynewman

    Dannynewman Well-Known Member

    I like to you clear satin spray paint, it has the right amount of shine, gloss is to shiny and unnatural looking imo.
     
  7. turkeyshooter

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    I paint on a water based gloss. Got that off the Rick Carter video.
     
  8. DDavis

    DDavis Active Member

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    krylon thriple thick . hit it with a flash coat first
     
  9. Re: What do you use for the "wet nose" look

    2 coats water based gloss, also borrowed from Rick Carters video.


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  10. verne

    verne Well-Known Member

    Satin spray ; cause i`ve never shot a deer with a glossy nose . ;D
     
  11. RTF

    RTF Active Member

    Mod Podge gloss for top of nose followed by a light coat of Rust-Oleum 2X Clear Gloss blended from midway down to lip.
     
  12. Matt

    Matt Active Member

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    I use the same thing Steven uses as well, but it's not all the product in how you get that look, it's the application. A flash coat is very important, if not you will ruin all your color work. I get a nice look by a flash coat then use a blowdryer to purge any air out, then hit it one more time and purge it again with the dryer, then it looks wet. This method works extremely well with fish, just alittle different process.