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11. Decide which side would face the front



In case the driver of the vehicle transporting this box hits the brake hard, I indicated on the box which side should face the front. Even if the sculpture shifts a little toward the front with the impact, it should receive the least amount of damage.

 

** As the top part of the sculpture was sticking out of the box, two of my friends told me to extend the sides of the box. However, what would it do? It might just give an illusion of protecting the sculpture better. As my friends and I could see the sculpture, we were more careful when loading it. **

 

** isculpt wrote to me to set the target date to be a week prior to the departure. That was the essential advice I received from her. Of course, I could not finish everything by that target date, but at least I was on the way to have a good night sleep on the day before my departure. **

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Preparation for Sculpture Show

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