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Using a computer has changed the work in two important ways: it is smoother, physically lacking the materiality of the handhewn pieces; and imagery has changed.
Inside, the place was lined with handhewn logs, a fire was crackling in the big fireplace, and, except for a man who turned out to be the owner, “not another human in view.”
Royan spread her drawings and photographs and reference books on the rough table of handhewn planks that Hansith made for her.
Inside, she discovered the remains of a large garden, a patio with a well, a dilapidated house with a collapsing viga roof, dangling handhewn wooden doors, and adobe walls that were crumbling back to dust.