The hunt master's horn was the next piece to be created for the Master's Bugle sign. The basic shape was designed in EnRoute in two halves. It was roughed out on the MultiCam using a 3/8" ball nose bit with a 50% overlap. I didn't need a smooth shape because I was going to cover it with Abracadabra sculpting epoxy
The first step was to press on a rough coat of sculpting epoxy. It acts as a primer coat.
Then it was time to sculpt the horn and 'metal' embellishments. The thing about sculpting epoxy is that the more you work it the more it softens up. The cure is to let things sit for a while, then come back and straighten things up.
The clearances are tight so I fastened it in place while it was still soft., adjusting things as needed. The hunt master's horn was well worn, somewhat dented. It would have been used while on horseback and most likely survived a tumble or two.
At the job site things continue to proceed. Inside we are painting. Outside, the first side of 'brickwork' was troweled into place and carved today.