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You'd think it'd be easier to get deer antlers here in CA where everyone is a hunter and some of the deer are even tame, but I can't find any, so I'm practicing on good ol steak bone. I've done a lot of stone carving in the past so I just worked off of those principles for wood and bone. I'm using a Dremel. Anyone have tips on doing this? And how does one sand inside the little cracks and inscriptions? EDIT: The white one is bone, the black coco bolo, and the orangey brown is manzanita. Oh, a bit of a score: a few weeks ago my family got permission from a landowner to collect old dead wood. About half of this was manzanita so I took the opportunity to grab some. This is what I pulled in: Main trick is to watch out for flaws and cracks.