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Just a little "messing around" work. I try to use the natural shape of my material without changing it too much. Deer antler tines (and all other parts of the antlers) present a problem due to size and shape. I carve (and sell) quite a few old men faces carved from tines, but have never tried one with at skull before. As with most of my others this is drilled for hanging or attaching. Coloring dye is made from boiled black walnuts. I was quite pleased with the way the skull dyed--this is due to differential polishing and masking of some areas.



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