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26. After annealing, I filled it with sculpture wax, for doing the rest of the texturing, forming the mouth, and hoping to curve the trunk some more. Unfortunately, I didn't get any pictures of these processes, and the trunk did not want to curve much mor

26a.jpg 25. Annealing again.Thumbnails27. Starting the horn. To get a pattern, I covered a tapered mandrel with masking tape and marked a spiral on it with pencil.25. Annealing again.Thumbnails27. Starting the horn. To get a pattern, I covered a tapered mandrel with masking tape and marked a spiral on it with pencil.25. Annealing again.Thumbnails27. Starting the horn. To get a pattern, I covered a tapered mandrel with masking tape and marked a spiral on it with pencil.25. Annealing again.Thumbnails27. Starting the horn. To get a pattern, I covered a tapered mandrel with masking tape and marked a spiral on it with pencil.

26. After annealing, I filled it with sculpture wax, for doing the rest of the texturing, forming the mouth, and hoping to curve the trunk some more. Unfortunately, I didn't get any pictures of these processes, and the trunk did not want to curve much more than it already was.

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