Stones to shape errant wood. Wood glue and stone compression to unwrap the warp of Wood #1. Stones to prop the separated ribs of Wood #4. I'm pouring a properly fair amount of violet reds onto the wayward lower half Wood #3. These are the same colours I want in the center of Wood #4 so I prop it on an angle to capture what drops off.
The stubborn center of Wood #1 still tried to bubble up therefore top down compression twice stoned. Nailed it, too, but not to batten it down.
Wood #1 has taken some good heat and gotten pretty washed out while still holding on to it's pigments (see: Weathering). The nails are trees congregating on a hot plain. They will collect and gather deeper colour.
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