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Posted 11 Jun 2013purelube by the gallon... sorry, that sounded really funny! :rolleyes:src="http://ceramicartsdaily.org/community/public/style_emoticons/default/rolleyes.gif">
Posted 1 Jun 2013its very thick. i cant take any more water off. but when i add water, it fires thick, muddy and dry.
now im reading something about sodium silicate, but cant find any guidlines on how much to use.
Posted 23 May 2013mart, very cool!
well, its just a shaving bowl, so there will only be water in it for a short amount of time, probably every day or so.
i guess im not really worried about it being water PROOF, i just didnt want it to fall apart on him years from now.
he wants the outside rough and sandy like so hell have a good grip on it. i havent really tested unglazed ceramic material with water to see what happens.
im thinking of what chris said about using a clay wash and attaching (probably raw grog) to the outside.
hopefully thatll fire and hold steady without flaking off too much.
if it works and is solid, i guess i can just underglaze the whole thing, then clear glaze the inside.
Posted 23 May 2013ive used crayons before. its not a solid line, but weird little scribbles come out kinda neet!
Posted 23 May 2013i definitely do. i like being able to see the profile as it spins.
i feel like i can see the clay better. id definitely suggest it!
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