How do you make an antler replica?
The Process of Antler Reproductions
- Step 1 – Applying the first coat of Rubber.
- Step 2 – Applying additional layers of rubber.
- Step 3 – Creating the Fiberglass Jacket.
- Step 4 – Trimming the Jacket.
- Step 5 – Removing the Jacket.
- Step 6 – Cutting the rubber mould.
- Step 7 – Removing the rubber mould.
How do kids make antlers?
- Face out the antlers so they’re the right way up.
- Stick the beige-coloured crepe paper on the antlers and the grey/brown on the ears.
- Wrap the long tab of an antler around the headband and staple onto itself at the back to secure.
- Place on child’s head and use face paint to draw on a red nose!
How do Antlers work?
Deer and their relatives grow antlers each spring and shed them every winter. When the antlers are fully grown, they harden to bone and the velvet is cut off from the deer’s blood supply and dies away. The velvet then sheds, and the deer try to remove it by rubbing it against trees and other structures.
How much does it cost to replicate deer antlers?
The reproductions cost from $250 to $5,000 or more. Lebrecht often makes reproductions of trophy antlers purchased by a handful of antler collectors. In addition to cash, those collectors usually provide the seller a reproduction of the rack, too.
How do you get mold out of antlers?
Take some warm water and a mild detergent, like Dawn® dishwashing soap. Using some good old elbow grease, soak the antlers for a few minutes or just start scrubbing them with a wet washcloth and the soap. They should clean up nicely very quickly. Rinse them clean, and let them dry.
How do you make a deer antler helmet?
The easiest, and by far the simplest, idea is to fix the antlers to the helm and then cut through them near the base, leaving you with two nubs attached to the side of the helmet. Then, you glue the antlers back on to those nubs (glue did exist in Medieval times but you may also be able to use wax if you prefer).