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Sculpting in wet wood?
« on: June 30, 2020, 02:50:28 AM »
Many times I have met with statements about working in the open air with wet wood. I personally have no idea about it, and I think many other users too. So I have a request to our experienced colleagues to share their comments with us, I would be very grateful.
I have quite a lot of linden, but it is unfortunately wet. And I want to carve, and actually, I've already started to do some larger works to set up in the garden. So I would love for the sculpture not to crack before I finish it! For the night, I wrapped it with a wet sheet, and so far it's not cracking, but it's getting green!! I also drilled it in the core with a long drill.
What to do with it, guys? How to avoid cracking? Impregnate with what?