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Wild Nose Study Picture

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by 13 point, Apr 1, 2020.

  1. 13 point

    13 point Well-Known Member

    14BF28E1-B5EE-4C89-8CDA-36BF6CC1B316.png 82085B50-8712-4C31-BB51-6331C70ED9DF.jpeg 82085B50-8712-4C31-BB51-6331C70ED9DF.jpeg Checked my mineral site camera today and had a great deer nose and front lip pic , thought I’d share
     
  2. crablover

    crablover Well-Known Member

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    Great shots Glen! Perfect example that glossing deer noses is incorrect
     
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  3. drob

    drob Active Member

  4. Dwb5

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    I dont really see a lot of texturing on a real deer nose. Like you see on some mounts. I think I'm going to stop texturing altogether.
     
  5. 13 point

    13 point Well-Known Member

    Surely not telling you what to do but I do see a lot of texture and definitely would NOT STOP texturing your deer , if you put a little clay behind your nose pad then as it dries take a little tool and press in on the low lines of the pad which in turn raises the pad bumps or texture of the nose . I do that for competition , by doing this it does give you more and natural texture.
     
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  6. Dwb5

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    Thanks for the idea. I'll try it on the next one.
     
  7. I wouldn’t say glossing is incorrect. I’ve seen as many wet deer nose reference pics as I’ve seen dry nose reference pics.
     
  8. 15pt

    15pt Active Member

    That is as good a reference pic as you can put out. That being said not all deers noses are textured. Alot of these South Alabama deer have almost a slick nose. I'd say at least 25% or more.
     
  9. Heath Cline

    Heath Cline Well-Known Member

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    Cool trail camera pictures but very poor pictures for reference. Way too blurry and out of focus.
     
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  10. drob

    drob Active Member

    Have a few mounts ready for pickup,and probably like most of us I'm looking them over and finding things that I think I could have done different or better.One thing is the lower lip.I think I show to much lip but after looking at the trail -cam pictures ,I might be pretty close.Very helpful pictures!
     
  11. Thanks for the pics.....good eye photos for use of my Joe Coombs 9300 project....

    Horton
     
  12. 13 point

    13 point Well-Known Member

    57903362-82F1-4850-9909-0BC18F4A6901.png Another cool wild deer pic for study , jaw line , eye rotation, nose , lip line.
     
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