What if you could make sand art with just a few simple steps?
That’s what a team of Australian researchers have found with a new tool called a sand sculpture.
The team, from the Australian National University, used a tool that they say is already used in the sand industry.
It allows you to grind sand in a process that uses a small amount of water and a large amount of electricity.
They say the tool is not as powerful as the power of a laser cutter or the precision of a sandstone plane, but is still a big step forward in creating the best sand art possible.
In a video of the process, the team explains how the sand sculpture is created.
“The key to this process is the water and the energy, but the most important is the sand,” said Dr Matthew Karpinski.
“We need to grind this sand with the power that we have available and the quality of sand that we can make.
That’s the most crucial part.”
In order to create a sand art piece, the researchers had to make their own tools and sand to cut out the shapes.
“It’s a very complex process,” Dr Karpinskis said.
“But we used the same technology as in the industries like sand painting and painting, and then we just used a few tools.”
In a paper about their discovery, the Australian team said that they were able to create sand sculptures using only a few materials.
“Our sand art process uses a very simple, low energy and high quality process,” the paper said.
That process involved using a high-speed rotary mill and sand paper to cut the sand into the shape of the desired shape.
“Sand is the best material for creating these sand art pieces because it is strong, soft, porous and easy to work with,” Dr Jodi Jones from the National University of Singapore said.
The research is being published in the journal Nature Communications.