Thats really cool. I know there are many but what method did you use to remove the flesh and bleach the skull?
"One does not hunt in order to kill; on the contrary, one kills in order to have hunted..." Jose Ortega y Gasset
I took the easy route and let a taxidermist do that particular one. On the deer heads that we do, we put them in boiling water and let boil for a while and then scrape the meat off. After doing that several times, we then find a nice fireant bed and let them do some work for a couple of weeks and then put the head somewhere so the critters can't get it and let it sit in the sun for a while. Our deer heads do not come out as white as the hog head did, but they look good to me anyways.
That really looks cool, Gus, nice thinkin about a pure bone/skull mount.
Yea,I wish I could get a pig one of these days.
There there, Loye, there there.....in time ...in time......
"Hunting is not killing, hunting is living."
Another trick is putting dishwashing liquid in the boiling water.this keeps the oil off the skull.
peroxide will bleach them white but will not destroy the bone like bleach does.
Very nice mount job,hope to boil a boar's head soon.