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The impression of plumage should be obtained by painted patterns that from the present day Canvasback decoys as made at Havre de Grace, Maryland.


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6 – 72 DIVER DUCK BODY – PAINTED 6 – STAINLESS STEEL KEEL WEIGHTS 4 – DRAKE CANVASBACK HEADS – PAINTED 2 – HEN CANVASBACK.


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Priming painting Foam Homer Decoys

Paint the iris bright red. The Drakes, for example, could be completed with just Flat Black, Flat White and a rusty red Moroccan Henna or Artisan and still draw plenty of Canvasbacks within range. And the Sleeper…. If you want some depth to the head colors, highlight the cheeks and sides of the neck with Artisan. I stipple heavier up forward and lighter as I move aft β€” so the back grades to a darker shade toward the stern. The mid-sections are a paler brown β€” Mocha Latte. Now paint the sides pure White. Drag the White sides onto the Black flanks with a dry brush. Use it full strength up forward and cut a crisp line next to the bill and cheeks. Finally, I added the Black edges on the individual speculum feathers. On the chest, barring should be suggested. Longer bars aft, shorter bars forward. Here she is on the bench β€” ready-to-go! The primary groups are laid out in chalk. I use some undercoating and over-painting to get some subtle effects unnecessary for hunting. I prefer to base coat the head when the Black is still wet. Here are the paints I use β€” Behr sample jars from Home Depot. I sand the heads with grit and then wipe with lacquer thinner before the epoxy coating. Stipple the grey onto the upper rump between the tertials. I re-painted them a few years ago. Elephant Skin is used for the barring on the sides. I paint the speculums a solid color and then stipple the back so the brownish undercoat shows through. The Hens could hunt with just brown ends, a grey middle, and a black bill. You can cut a nice clean line with later colors. For both sexes I put in some subtleties and details that are not necessary for gunning stool. The barring should be curved. The Moroccan Henna covers the back of the head and neck. The bill and eyes are Flat Black. Overlap it around the bill and face just a bit. Drag the lines downward and back. Note that the Black does not run down the back of the head or neck. I usually paint decoys from the tail forward. I use Espresso Beans Black Duck body and lots of other uses to exaggerate the contrast with the back and rump. Expose more of the pale grey tertials and speculum as you go aft. Nevertheless β€” like most gunners β€” the bird holds for me an undeniable allure. As always, I try to use Behr colors that I use on other species whenever possible. Here he is on the photo bench. Use a drier brush where is meets the pale grey Elephant Skin near the roll-out. An important thing to remember about the Canvasback is that its mid-section is longer than in its cousins. Now to apply some Flat Black. To be correct, it should also include the throat below the bill. Once again, a simpler approach will work for gunners. This is true of both the Drakes and the Hens. I use Cadmium Red acrylic from a tube. The ends and top of the head are a medium brown. Here it is on the Sleeper. I always admired the head shape on the Model 72s. Note the two hues on the head. Here is Mister Canvasback β€” ready-to-hunt! Here is the big picture. When I was first married β€” in the mids β€” I could reliably watch a thousand or so where the Ausable River empties into Lake Champlain. Once the epoxy cures, the entire bird gets a heavy coat of Grey Latex Primer. Although the head shape is more like a Redhead or Greater Scaup, it can certainly pass as a Can. The face and neck are also the paler Mocha Latte. Mark the aft end of the sides about a half-inch behind the molded swelling. No prairie sloughs nor Susquehanna Flats nearby β€” so Lake Champlain and the Hoosick River will have to do for sea trials. Painting the Hens Once again, a simpler approach will work for gunners. The rough surface also prevents glare, but β€” it cannot also trap fine mud. Post to Cancel.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Compared with these birds, the dark chest and tail section are smaller and the mid-body is longer. Make sure the undercoat shows through. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The lordly Canvasback has never been a common species on Great South Bay. The cheeks, sides of the neck and the chest get an over-painting β€” using a dry brush β€” with the redder Ancient Root. Laying out the major color areas begins with the smaller chest and tail sections as mentioned above. Now put some Flat White onto the back. I put more Black than I needed on the tail section here. Proportions An important thing to remember about the Canvasback is that its mid-section is longer than in its cousins.