there's no way that house is real adobe. if so, then this would tend to
erode in a heavy rain. it's some kind of form stuccoed over, or even a
prefab unit that's just attached to the wall. chances are it's over a
Could be, I suspect a three coat process. Build up the material and
carve the last coat and smooth finish. The first picture - AZTEC
theme is very detailed.
I've been watching a pool guy over the past two months build a "faux
boulder" feature with a pool slide, water falls and planters. Started
with rebar and 3/8 " galvanized mesh. He did a scratch coat and then
the second coat he began too shape the boulders. The last coat was
both hand carved and stamped. They even cascade into one side of the
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