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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by 13 point, May 1, 2023.
ARUsher. Is that form a curious form from Mackenzie?
No sir, it is a Mears offset semi upright.
I'm also new to this and have the exact same problem. I've read that some do the clay work the night before to let it firm up but when I tried that it hardened completely overnight. I'm going to try again wrapping it up more securely and see what happens. But yeah it's frustrating to work hard to get it the way you want only to have it smear all over when mounting.
which form is this if you don't mind me asking? I like the up turn of the head.
see my post on clay work in the beginners section
That's a McKenzie 6900, my customers like em
The clay method is great but day in and day out try the plastic ear bases/liners. The liner slides right in and both sides are even every time. For commercial work they IMO are hard to beat. You'll have to learn to ignore the Snap Together opinions that you'll hear. McKenzie carries what used to be OTS style their my go to. Forward, Half Back, Back and Aggressive. Mix and match as you need to alter the ears position as your customer requests. Good luck