Shina Plywood (small)
Shina is Japanese plywood that is hard enough to sustain detail, and soft enough to feel little resistance while carving. You can also print a variety of effects, like solid-color fields or precise lines.
Shina Plywood Care
- Before carving, sand the surface of the block with sandpaper (800/1200 grit). Do not sand the surface once you begin carving the block.
- Store flat to prevent warping once you carve and rinse your block.
- Wash with warm water and a tiny amount of soap when cleaning your block.