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Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Amy, May 16, 2008.
Very nice Amy, Well done
Very nice as always Amy.
Do you miss that long beautiful hair yet : ??? :-\
Thats an awesome deer. You do very nice work and its great to see all the steps that you put on here! "You go girl"
WOW AMY, BEAUTIFUL JOB,I HOPE I CAN GET THAT GOOD.KEEP UP THE GOOD JOB.
sorry for bringing up a dead post but i have 2 questions, what did you use to prep the form? and also, what did you use to remove the ear cartilage? Thanks and great job!
I don't do deer but seeing you wait to do the clay AFTER the hide is wrestled on makes SO much more sense !!! way to go Amy ,how's the wee one?
very nice Amy!!!
Very nice, great job. after you cut our a hole for the earbutts on the form, does that make the earbutt skin bunch up with to many wrinkles in the skin? Thanks great job
She probably fills the holes partially with clay.
Very well done, Thanks. I have one Question: When you reset your antlers in place after setting your hide on the form, what is holding the antlers to the form? are you securing it with screws, then claying for a smooth junction, or does the hide just hold it in place as it dries? Just wondering...
amy thanks for posting this every tome i see work like this i am more inspired to live up my dreams of being a well known awsome taxidermist like yourself i am a beginner and your post has just given me a boost in knowledge thank you thank you thank you