Old  January 5th, 2018, 8:54am     #1
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Happy New Year! I have to turn this deer decoy into a horse, yikes! I have hair and a horse mask currently. Debating on spray painting it all black and just making a silhouette horse or somehow trying to blend in the mask to the body. This will be used on stage so details are not all that important, it just has to portray a wild horse.

Any suggestions?
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  Old  January 5th, 2018, 3:07pm     #2
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Id go with painting it all black. Use yarn for mane and tail, if you dont see it up close that should be fine. The ears are a bit big maybe you could cut them down a little or cover them with mane. Good Luck


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  Old  January 6th, 2018, 9:45pm     #3
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larger upper leg and thicker hooves

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  Old  January 6th, 2018, 9:58pm     #4
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Ears are too long, face is too short need a mane (obviously!) and legs need to be heavier

But it just need to be the background in a play... it can pass.
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