This work takes several days, because each section of “writing” by impression is not random: the artist is already harmonizing and preparing his morphological-formal design.
This is why the plasticine must be moistened constantly and covered with cellophane. As can clearly be noted in the above images, to make the design of the forms even more evident the artist uses talcum powder to emphasize the chiaroscuro of the volumes.
In the next process, the wax surface is broken up and reassembled in a three-dimensional structure according to the artist’s needs. The different flat elements still made of wax are fused together using special instruments that are heated to a high temperature to melt the wax, thereby welding the parts together.