Re: I carved a hand in stone.
Thank you ArtsyLynda,
I probably going to leave like this, it's a limestone from York in the UK. The stone is full of seashells and veins, I have since worked in details and tried to polish it, but it turns all yellowing and shows the seashells and veins. this stone is mainly used in churches and some old buildings.
I have done this just to get some practice, I recently started doing human body parts, before I move to carving a full human figure. I am still in the process of understanding how stone carving works and also the anatomy of the human body. I can't find any good resources online to learn the process so I just thought this is the way to go.