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Adding A Frit To An Oxide To Create An Oxide Wash - Clay and Glaze Chemistry - Ceramic Arts Daily Community

Interested in creating a wash by adding a frit to red iron oxide, black iron oxide, Spanish red iron oxide, yellow iron oxide, etc. The wash will be brushed on either a greenware or bisque surface. The clay body is HighWater's Bella's Blend and will be fired at cone 05. Thanks in advance for any ...

Water etching (covering part of the surface with a resist material, then abrading exposed areas using a wet sponge), is a great technique to add depth and visual interest to a surface while keeping a very clean and simple finish. It’s great on its own or in combination with other surface techniques and is a …

Water etching (covering part of the surface with a resist material, then abrading exposed areas using a wet sponge), is a great technique to add

Ceramic Arts Daily – Slip and Stick: How to Use Stained Slips and Newsprint to Make Monoprints on Pottery

I love the surfaces of Jason Bige Burnett's pots. They remind me of the Sunday newspaper cartoon transfers I (and probably a lot of you out there) used to

Great Free Pottery Designs for beginners Tips Bildergebnis für Töpferideen für Anfänger #anfanger #bildergebnis #topferideen Töpfern ? #A #Beginners #Designs #Free #Great #Pottery #Tips

Great Free Pottery Designs for beginners Tips Bildergebnis für Töpferideen für Anfänger #anfanger #bildergebnis #topferideen Töpfern ? #A #Beginners #Designs #Free #Great #Pottery #Tips

Dropped Platters Last month, we saw this article in Ceramic Arts Daily about making pottery using dropped slabs. We had done this sort of thing on a smaller scale (with shorter drops), but we wante…

Dropped Platters Last month, we saw this article in Ceramic Arts Daily about making pottery using dropped slabs. We had done this sort of thing on a smaller scale (with shorter drops), but we wante…

Wheel Throwing Stoppers for Bottles and Decanters - Ceramic Arts Network

Throwing clay decanters and bottles can be a good way to challenge yourself when you become proficient at pottery wheel throwing. While some people may

Clay Monoprinting: A Great Way to Get Hand Drawn Imagery on Pots - Ceramic Arts Network  #handmade #ceramics #techniques #tutorials #clayart #handmadepottery

Clay Monoprinting: A Great Way to Get Hand Drawn Imagery on Pots - Ceramic Arts Network #handmade #ceramics #techniques #tutorials #clayart #handmadepottery

Magnificent Marbling: Using Colored Slips to Create Marbled Patterning on Pottery

Slip, glorious slip. This versatile liquid form of clay can be used in a multitude of different ways to create and embellish ceramic art. One such method

How to make a "swirl" chip & dip - Studio Operations and Making Work - Ceramic Arts Daily Community

I've seen many one piece chip and dip bowls online that look like you slice the clay after the bowl is formed to then make the dip part. It's been referred to as a swirl chip and dip. Does anyone know how to make this... or has seen a tutorial online?? Thanks!! Margie

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Have you ever wanted to learn how to transfer images onto your ceramics? A VIDEO WORKSHOP WITH PINKKISS POTTERY  Hi, my name's Shawna Pincus., And in this workshop, I’m going to teach you:  ✔ How to make your images (by hand or by computer)  ✔ How to get started without expensive screen printing equipment  ✔ How to transfer your images onto your ceramics and let your imagination flow.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to transfer images onto your ceramics? A VIDEO WORKSHOP WITH PINKKISS POTTERY Hi, my name's Shawna Pincus., And in this workshop, I’m going to teach you: ✔ How to make your images (by hand or by computer) ✔ How to get started without expensive screen printing equipment ✔ How to transfer your images onto your ceramics and let your imagination flow.

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