Now that Thanksgiving is behind me I jump back into my routine and finish one project as I move into another. Although these have nothing to do with Pyrography they are worthy projects to post and I will add that I have completed the commissioned project with the poem called "The Burden".
I removed nearly all of the paint from the model using Nail Polish Remover and will begin coating the model with a first layer of paint so that the following layers will adhere better. I am still tossing around a few ideas for the coat color so if anyone has any ideas, please comment.
The bobcat rug I was commissioned to do is nearly completed. Today I will be finishing sewing it and re-gluing an area once mischievous little cousin pulled lose. To any more experience taxidermist I must mention that this is my second mount, and first cat. Despite its obvious faults I have every reason to be proud of it.
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