Crackle finishes are a specialty technique in the Scenic toolbox. Having a solid understanding of the science and theories behind our techniques can open up new possibilities and steer us straight when things go awry. Guest Author Jason Strom lays out the science behind crackle, and samples a few different methods for one of our most useful tricks.
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