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A couple of my customers are requesting European mounts with a Camo pattern. I don't know where they have seen this. The skulls are probably dipped in Camo like they do on guns. Has anyone seen this and do you know where I can have it done? Please answer here or call me at (412) 787-1296. Thanks.
 

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I have seen pics on websites that do camo dipping. Just google camo dipping and see what you find
 

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did you ask on the taxidermy.net ? in a thread on this forum or on taxi net this was discussed with a link to the advertisment for it. the topic was (What is this? or something like that) does anyone remember that or am i confused?
 

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Here is another option. Bucky and I have worked together recently..me cleaning the skulls, him dipping the skulls. Soon we will have cleaned and dipped a few skulls for himself and for others on the Mossy Oak prostaff.

Hidden By Design (Camo Dipping)
Website: http://www.hiddenbydesign.com
Contact: Bucky Hauser at 276-251-5393 or 336-837-5316

If you contact him, tell him I sent you
 

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do you get taxidermy yoday? it was advertised in there theis issue
 

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I need to check that "camo dipping" out. How could they possibly dip something into a "camoflage liquid" and have it come out with a realtree pattern!?!?

That boggles my mind... Unless this "dipping" isn't actually dipping at all and it is applied some other way...
 

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Falcon Four said:
I need to check that "camo dipping" out. How could they possibly dip something into a "camoflage liquid" and have it come out with a realtree pattern!?!?



That boggles my mind... Unless this "dipping" isn't actually dipping at all and it is applied some other way...
It's a film that's laid over a liquid. The film becomes "liquid" but holds it's shape. The object is then dipped into the film floating on top the liquid. When the liquified film touches that object, it immediately clings to it, when removed you have the pattern.

Here's a link to our local "dipper."

http://liquidillusion.net/

Here's some help too:

http://www.camo-solutions.com/camo_process.htm
 

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Falcon Four said:
I need to check that "camo dipping" out. How could they possibly dip something into a "camoflage liquid" and have it come out with a realtree pattern!?!?

That boggles my mind... Unless this "dipping" isn't actually dipping at all and it is applied some other way...
They float a film over water and then immerse the area to be dipped into the the water. As the object passes thru the film, it adheres to the surface.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDf5CNHXO0s&feature=related
 
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