The Texas Taxidermy Association graciously hosted UTA Board Member Jan VanHoesen for a full, hands on carcass casting seminar in Kerrville, TX. Jan covered all steps of the sand plaster casting process with assistance from her audience.
There is no better way for you to truly understand a process or technique than getting in there and getting your hands dirty doing it!
There was no lack of participation when it came to seeing how to get the process done!
The UTA would like to thank our friends at the Texas Taxidermy Association for their attendance and contribution in making this seminar a great time by all!
Thank you Jan for putting on a great seminar!
Wha-La! One cast coyote form.
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June 12, 2009 | Artisan