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Nice 8 point on a Mckenzie Habitat

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Awesome looking mount!!

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Re: Nice 8 point on a Mckenzie Habitat

Mount looks good, but one thing I see is you need to smooth out the inside of your nose and get the dried paint off of the nose hairs. I see alittle flesh color on them. Just trying to help, keep'er going. Good luck. Stuffer

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Re: Nice 8 point on a Mckenzie Habitat

Stuffer, the nose is a McKenzie fake nose, did not do anything to the inside. On the hair is clear spray, the customer wanted a little wet look. Thanks for the critique though! Are you a Taxi? Would love to see some of your work to get some "pointers", so please post a pic or two! Sounds like you have been doing this for a while for and have a lot of knowledge which may help me.
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