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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?
Posted 7 Apr 2013
Posted 7 Apr 2013If you don't have a reversing switch I think you can make one with a bridge rectifier.
Posted 4 Apr 2013Thanks guys!!! It is very kind of you both to be so generous with your expertise.
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