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Watermelon:  Here you'll find the different layers that went into this cane. It's a bullseye cane of different mixes of no color translucent and red , yellow and green. When looking at a cross section of a watermelon I noticed that it was made up of wedges. The seeds are contained in those wedges and around the seeds the meat was lighter, more waterier. We know there is a color change from the outside to the inside of a watermelon. We know it's mostly water so we're using a lot of no color translucent clay with tints of color.

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