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    Anyone ever dip a deer skull?

    I would love to dip a couple of european mounts but not sure how to. Any advice or pics? I tried the search function but keep getting "skull camo" pattern posts.

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    Contact Mike Cole @ Oregon HydroGraphics....I know he did one or two last year. Do a seach on the membership, or just go to the "K & K Archery" thread in Gen. Archery or Manufaturer sections....He has been posting there.
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    You will want to actually have the back of the skull hit the water first and then, its kinda hard to explain, but you want to roll the skull into the ink in one motion. I tell you what, go to you www.3dliquidskins.com and scroll down to the bottom of the page, there you will see a video of the skull dipping. That's how I learned to dip mine. Also, if those horns are real knotty you will want to tape the horns, if you don't want to have the horns dipped. That ink is kinda hard to get off of the bases!!!!

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    Take your time,and practice how you are going to dip them before hand! BH

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    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showth...o+dipped+skull

    This guy does them, and has a picture of one on his thread.

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    We can do it for you! It takes a lot of practice to get a good product.

    www.camoskullart.com

    you can also check out my friend Jeff's Website. He does some excellent work on just about anything you can think of.

    www.hanoverhydrographics.com

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    Jeff does do good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinandbones View Post
    We can do it for you! It takes a lot of practice to get a good product.

    www.camoskullart.com

    you can also check out my friend Jeff's Website. He does some excellent work on just about anything you can think of.

    www.hanoverhydrographics.com
    Glad to see you on here Dave! I live here. Check out my signature also. It has a link to your site. Here is one for you guys.
    Bear Skull.jpg
    oops that's a bear LOL.

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