Testing porous properties of wood species through the agent of colour.Under specific and controlled variables and constants. The pieces of wood are cut into blocks, dipped in color for a specific number of hours, and are then carved.
Carving doesn't have to be a curve.
Dipping the block in two colors , ( one color on either end ), when cut into sections one can see the merging of the color somewhere in the center. New color is born.Visualizing the route at which the color travels and hence visualizing the porousity of wood.