By Kendall Rogers
UGA Undergraduate Student
"Scarring is the human biological process of resilience. A scar is a mark remaining after the healing of a wound, such as one caused by injury, illness, smallpox vaccination, or surgery. Beneath the skin is a fibrous connective tissue known as subcutaneous tissue, composed of cells called fibroblasts, which after injury are stimulated to grow into granulation tissue, knitting the wound together. Scar tissue is formed by dense masses of granulation tissue."
What materials did you use to make your square?
modeling paste and oil paint