What I immediately knew I would need to do as the project was almost near an end, was to get as many experiments I could done in the time I had. The issue was that these tests would require days to work (for the blu-tac to leave its stains. But I would also need days to then create the final outcome, so I was torn between the experimental stage and the final creation. As can be seen below, I was more interested in purely testing what material the idea would work on and how that could be transported for my cart, where I knew I would be making more of a final prototype than outcome as I couldn't do this on an actual wall. I also decided to try and see how hard it was to create lettering and different typefaces out of blu-tac.
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