Hey all. I'm in process of restoring (making livable) my 1920's era house, and in the two future kids' rooms, the cieling has 2 smooth bends on each side. Basically, the room is a very large dormer, and the cieling slants with the roof of the dormer, then flattens across the top, but there are no sharp angles until it hits the wall. It's all done with plaster, and I had originally planned to give up the curves up there and sheetrock it with ugly but necessary angles. So I'm carrying this piece of 3/8's rock, and it's bending reallllly easy. So my long-winded question is: Can I bend and install sheetrock and have it be as durable and lasting as un-bent sheetrock? I've read a little about wetting the back of it before bending to make that side stretch with the bend easier, but I'm afraid of mold growing on it when it's wet. Is there a technique to wetting it? Any helpful info is greatly appreciated!!