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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Quesstion about card board, wood glue, and gesso on: December 12, 2013 05:13:30 AM
I made a playscale (Barbie) sized chair using cardboard and wood glue- this part was fine it worked good. I waited a full 24 hours before putting the first coat of gesso on. This coat dried and looked just the way I thought it should. I proceeded to put 3 coats on, as the third coat was drying I noticed that some but not all  of the seams began to show cracks at first I didn't think much about it and covered them with another coat of gesso. Why is the wood glue cracking and why is the gesso not covering or filling the cracks? Can any one help me?
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