Chief Flat Horn Pt 4

Made by Marisa Pierce

well did some modification to his nose and mouth and added fur he is almost done 🙂 … his nose did not look right to me so I added some aluminum foil to his nose and the front part of his mouth and took an exacto knife and cut off his “dewlap” or his “Bell”, it was fairly easily and I took my time to cut away what I needed too for the modification, then it was back to square one with ppmc clay, and wet sanded, painted and this is where he is at today,… he is feeling quite regal today with his nose job so I made a tie for him 🙂

Correction to paper mache moose
Correction to paper mache moose
Chief Flat Horn up close
Chief Flat Horn up close

5 thoughts on “Chief Flat Horn Pt 4”

    • Thank you Edwin mojica jr, It still needs to be trimmed up some and then mounted on a plaque, but I started a couple of projects that I have been working on and can’t seem to pull my self away from these projects I enjoy it so much but Thanks again 🙂

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  1. Wow. He is awesome! I know what you mean about evaluating areas and reshaping. I am currently making a full sized horse and realized that his neck just wasn’t long enough for his body. Cut, cut, cut, stuff, stuff, stuff, tape, tape, tape. I’m happy now…. as well as you should be!! Nice job Marisa!!!

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