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  1. Exclamation Deer Or Longhorn Skull & Antlers?

    I'm trying to help my grandpa make an outdoor sign for his new taxidermy shop in Idaho City, but I can't seem to find a good pattern. After it's cut, I'd like to fill in the main detail lines with black paint, then stain the skull white and the antlers brown. CarveWright had a "Longhorn Skull" pattern for sale, but it just wasn't quite right because the outside edges were flared and the detail wasn't very good. I know the basics of how to use the machine, but I don't know how to make my own patterns. The photo he is using for his fliers is attached so that you can see what I am looking for. Help anyone?

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    Oh - and the stubborn 'ol grouch wants it by Friday! lol

    Thanks a million!!

    Deborah

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    Wish i could help.....oh by the way WELCOME TO THE FORUM
    denny

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    Tight deadline but I will give it a try.
    Thanks.
    HT
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    You can do it ..... yes you can.

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    Will this work? http://www.carvenow.com/product_info...0947e22c2609a8
    Thanks
    HT

    and also thank you to littleredwoodshop for the encouragement.
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    That is pretty cool ... great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by www.carvenow.com View Post
    Will this work? http://www.carvenow.com/product_info...0947e22c2609a8
    Thanks
    HT

    and also thank you to littleredwoodshop for the encouragement.
    Very Cool Deer Skull. I wonder if that can be carved in separate pieces... 2 antlers and skull. That way you can make the whole project as big as you want. I guess afterwards just glue the antlers on the skull. I might have to try this on Designer when I get back to my home PC. Thanks again. I guess someone could even make a Longhorn skull and horns. Maybe a design (Lonestar) on the skull..... hmmm
    JerryB:.

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    Excellent work HT.

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    HT,

    Wonderful job on the PTN.
    Happy Carving

    Robert D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chebytrk View Post
    Very Cool Deer Skull. I wonder if that can be carved in separate pieces... 2 antlers and skull. That way you can make the whole project as big as you want. I guess afterwards just glue the antlers on the skull. I might have to try this on Designer when I get back to my home PC. Thanks again. I guess someone could even make a Longhorn skull and horns. Maybe a design (Lonestar) on the skull..... hmmm
    Hi JerryB, this pattern can not carve separately. I will try to make one that can.
    Thanks.
    HT
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