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  1. Good morning everyone. My question for this week is what surface do you use for wedging? In the one studio I have been to, they use a wooden surface. In the other studio it's a canvas over wood. Following on with studio number 2 I set up a canvas over wood. The problem is the canvas has stretched and I can't make it smooth, also with all the wedging the wood is starting to rot and break up so I have lumps in the canvas. I was thinking of using a art canvas on a frame and filling the frame with plaster. Would this work? Any drawbacks? Or should I just go for the plaster. I need the surface area to be smallish because I have to move it off the table in order to decorate. Looking forward to your answers. Have a good week everyone. Andrea
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