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Posted 3 Jun 2013Thanks Karen
Posted 1 Jun 2013Great advice everyone. The one I use at work has hundreds of pounds of clay a day run through it. But the one I get for home will not be used for weeks at a time. I really appreciate the advice about putting a damp sponge on the end and keeping the chamber as empty as possible. That will prevent me from likely having had to learn that the hard way.
Posted 31 May 2013Thanks everyone!
Mart, I'll use it to pug clay for my studio.
Posted 18 Apr 2013This just occurred so I'm going to toss it out there: What happens if an encapsulated cadmium bearing glaze/slip runs on a kiln shelf and you grind it?
Posted 14 Apr 2013To improve my brush work, I've been taking a Chinese Brush Painting class, also called Sumi E. Fortunately, my instructor started out decorating tall vases in Taiwan and China after her schooling with her Masters.
I get my brushes from Oriental Art Supply http://www.orientalartsupply.com/ and Blue Heron Arts Store http://www.blueheronarts.com/index.php
Elizabeth Priddy has a dvd on using brush work (she was a student of my instructor years ago) http://www.elizabethpriddy.com/
Another good source is Linda Arbuckle http://lindaarbuckle.com/
It takes time and practice, much practice. And, you need to make sure you've got your chi.
Could you recommend a basic set of brushes that work well on bisque for someone who is just beginning to learn brush strokes?
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