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  1. How do you do that, clever fellow? Evoke the texture of the cave, the colours those men made using natural ‘paints’ thousands of years ago and without even looking at the title I know instantly that we at Lascaux? I love this.

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      1. The difference is that when dry it is matt and like stone, which then takes pigment well and can be carved, chiselled and sanded. Give it a try and let me know how it goes 🙂

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