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Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Jim B, Dec 12, 2007.
Just out of curiosity, what do you charge the customer for repairs of that magnitude?
Read my reply above.I price antler repairs strictly by the hour.That's the same rate that I use to figure mounting lifesize or deerheads.Too many people are concerned what others charge and each individual should be basing his price SOLEY on his own costs and circumstances.I can't emphasize this enough.The project above was done for another taxidermist and his customer hasn't been billed yet so I'm not going to publish here what he is paying me.It was worth doing and if it weren't,I just couldn't have done it.Like I said,many customers couldn't or wouldn't pay enough to justify doing such a project.You have to let them walk.There's too much work out there.Sorry to not answer your question directly but hope this at least makes sense.
Thank's for posting the pictures are definitely worth a thousand words but I can only think of one outstanding
Thanks for the great post. Many great tips on antler repair. It is an unbelievably good repair. Great work.
GREAT WORK !!!
Thanks for sharing
Thank you so much for sharing this with us all I myself have an antler in to repair, it was shot in the antler bur and literally blew the antler off. I am going to use your technique. The antler Looks great and you sure cant tell it was every broken LOL
Looks like I might learn something from this thread. Thanks.
How much do you charge for a repair like this?
Now thats funny right there.I don' care who you are!
That was an awesome tutorial! Thank you so much for sharing your talent!
Again, Thanks for sharing - the pictures were GREAT. Makes me feel a little better about tackling a repair myself.
WOW, this was a real learning experience awesome job
Truly amazing, thanks for sharing.
Very nice Jim, I wouldn't expect anything different from a talented artist. Thank you for taking the time to share.
just got a mule deer in that had his horn shot off almost exactly.
Very interesting, gonna have to try this on one of my own.
X-ceptional work there!