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Still a favourite of mine. This one was done at the very beginning of my watercolor on wood journey. I painted the art on watercolour paper and attached it to the wood slab with modge podge before I learned about the dangers of wood not being dried out completely. When the wood started to crack, my poor painting ripped right down the middle. I’m happy that I’ve educated myself a lot more about the type of wood that I’m buying and using. I try to buy wood that is dried out in a kiln so that it has a very slim chance of cracking. I also now paint directly onto the wood after applying a watercolor ground which helps keep the painting in tact even if the wood were to crack. Any other tips or tricks I should be aware of?