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    Default Recent work, fans & skulls



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    Fans look great.
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    I agree!! I like that!
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    Nice work, looks good!
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    the fans are beautiful, great job !

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    I like those turkey skulls. Looks like you have the Euro skulls down pat too


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    they look great Spur
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    Nice!
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    Nice job. Did you bleach out the skulls, clorox ?

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    Peroxide on final step.
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    you must have beetles do do those turkey skulls, right?

    how do you prep the wings for that mount? just cut out the bones and extra meat? i have done several of my own tails, next time i would like to add the wings like yours above...

    very nice and clean looking, awesome job!

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    Simmer, not boil, in about half a cup of arm and hammer detergent/gallon of water to cook the meat off. After skinning out of course. Then scrape and brush off excess. Another simmer in water/dawn dish detergent to de-grease. Then peroxide/baby powder paste to whiten overnight and rinse/dry. Finally, super glue all the bones back together. Same for deer except the super glue part.
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    Very nice Theron, I have a few skulls I need to get to.....I love doing the turkey skulls, very delicate and intricate but super cool to do......good job buddy!

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    Yes, they are a bit tedious. I think I am good on turkey and deer skulls for a while lol. Had to get the freezer cleaned out some. Garden is fixing to start coming in.
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