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Posted 22 May 2013Local hero and cool dude, Dave Cuzick
love his work adding flowers and such to pots. these folks are very generous, and very sucessful
Posted 20 May 2013I've seen this done by simply using a very viscous glaze, but never over holes this big or numerous.
Uh huh, you guys are seeing holes. Viscous glaze eh, interesting ...expound
spray or brush resist (wax, maybe shellac) over stencil,
Posted 20 May 2013
Posted 13 May 2013
My name is Nicci and I am travelling to the US in July-August and wondered if anyone had some advice (or is interested in a visit from an Oz potter)
I admire you adventurous nature. checked out the website, not much bout you...
Clicked photos and got one ...
Which is you?
Posted 13 May 2013Slinger, check out ...
Back to topic....
I use a lot of ppclay from laguna, lets see what were the questions...
Quoteno at cone 5, seems almost but not quiteDo these clays ever vitrify?
QuoteThere seems to be a bunch a paper in there so theres the little voids AX mentioned, at Cone 10 maybe,, nahWill they hold water?
QuoteNot great, like said lots o paper, does stamp fine just dont drag anythingHow are they for tiles and detail work?
QuoteBeauty, really and single fire ,,,o yea no probsSo they play well with glazes?
QuotePros and cons?
It is lighter in weight, if that is good,
throws easy , but keeps hands out of the bucket
never s crack, or stress crack
Believe me when I say it doesn't join like homemade ppclay I dont know why. When I first stated using bmix paper I was lax in joining cuz well paper clay right,,, nope lots of feet fell off etc, so there is that
and spensive comparatively
not really stinky for 4 or 5 months, got something in there for that
my favorite is bobs
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