This early test ended up killing any and all plaster dreams. It became clear that the battle with plaster was a great understructure–and if you’re going to go to the trouble of building a GREAT understructure, then why not go the extra step and use a better skin too.
Our assistant J.R., Meg and I were mulling this over when Meg came up with the solution: wood triangles. J.R. and I groaned at how much trouble that would be. Sure, they’d look great but damn: that’s a lot of triangles.