In this form, the artist uses a soft material that is easy to work with such as plaster or wax and they slowly work on the object until they attain the desired design. The difference between this and carving is that here, the artist adds to the material, rather than take away from it. For this reason, it sometimes gets referred to as an additive process. Usually, the artist creates the form on top of another material which can lend the object some support, thus allowing it to maintain its shape.

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