"So yes, that tube was just too old and not quality enough to begin with.
Good news the modeling paste work better.
You are welcome stay safe from the virus and wash your hands every 20 seconds.... or maybe it's for 20 seconds, yeah that's…"
"Yes, Shiva is a lower quality brand, especially an old tube but that usually won't apply to yellowing. The mediums in all paints, oil, acrylics, gouache etc will separate so it could be you did not 're-mix' it.
Knead the tube or use a…"
"The roughness is a results of the saw used. This is the problem with modern materials of hard veneer, soft core.
A scroll saw moves up & down which pulls at the soft core. A Table saw, which cuts with a revolving slicing action would work…"
"You could ask Connie Mettler why you are not able to upload the photos.
Ok, so these are already glued together. If you do more later try doing the edges together as a stack all at once before assembly.
Your squeeze bottle is a good idea.
"Aaargh! part of my edited comment got lost.
Can you post a photo of one of them?
I think I understand now. It sounds like you have assembled a box (drawer or tray) similar to a stretched canvas frame where you will be wrapping the Japanese…"
"Thought about it. The only problem with taping/tying them together is only 2 sides can be done at a time.
What about still doing a stack of them laying flat on a 'lazy susan' then weight the stack with heavy books or something to compress…"
"Well, it is a matter of problem solving. If its me I would give up the one at a time and the system you are using now and find a way.
This kind of thing is not the artistic side of making art but the production that goes onto it. You want to…"
"2x4's and chicken wire sounds like a bad idea. Google 'cargo van built in shelving' and you'll see plenty of examples from DIYers building from scratch or adapting existing shelving.
Buying shelving from companies who specialize…"
"You could look into these camera jammers. Of course cell phone jammers are not legal but maybe camera jammers are. It might depend on the state. So I'm NOT advocating anything illegal.
The first link is an app for android which sets up a field…"
"I may be picturing it wrong in my head but if their grotty curtains are part of the dividers and your booth can't you use magnets? One on the backside of grotty, the other on your side. Any home center or hardware store has them in various…"
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