Some process shots for the textured ‘cut walls’ for the back to skewl window displays. A full 4’ x 8’ sheet of OSB is sanded and scored with a circ saw. Then the scores are filled with acrylic paint which is wiped away, followed by a wash of white acrylic. The OSB is then sanded in patches for a ‘worn’ look, dry-brushed with blue, and the rim of a black paintcan is applied for some circles. Finally, white and black spermz are dripped over the surface with a rag. The final pieces are custom-fit to create undulating geometric combination walls with drywall and ply.