The legend has it that the 'founder' of the Fox and Hounds Pub was a very traditional, Victorian and VERY proper British chap. An image quickly came to my mind. Today I spent about an hour and a half pressing a thin layer of Abracadabra sculpting epoxy onto the routed head and then using my fingers and a sharpened stick carving the details in. With the sturdy Precision Board underneath to guide me it was relatively easy to form the head and get both sides of his face symmetrical and even. I worked from the bottom upwards so I could wet my fingers and tools in water to smooth things out without the sculpt sticking.
Tomorrow everything will be rock hard and ready for the paint. I am leaning towards making it look like a weathered bronze sculpt at this point. Sleeping on it may just help me make up my mind.