It's kind of funny how certain steps in our building process seem to go so very quick. We design, measure up, figure out, cut and weld for the longest time. Then the lath is painstakingly applied and carefully checked. Then it is sculpting day and a whole lot seems to get accomplished in a big hurry. The truth is we work diligently every single day and are productive too. Some things just take a little longer while other steps seem to be very visual and go in a hurry.
The large piece for the PNE was largely transparent until today. With the application and the sculpting of a large portion of the surface the piece changed very dramatically in a relatively short time. Tomorrow, we'll do the gnarly bark on the bottom of the tree stump and 'in an instant' the feature will progress once more.