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I just added latex resist to my ever expanding studio supplies shopping list. And when you watch today’s video, you’ll see why.

 

In the video, an excerpt from her new DVD Integrating Surface and Form with Porcelain (which ships next week!), Lorna Meaden takes us through the process of glazing one of her jester tumblers. To enhance the slip inlay jester pattern, Lorna uses latex resist to alternate flashing slip and celadon glaze. Super cool. – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

 

 

 

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This clip was excerpted from Integrating Surface and Form with Porcelain, which ships next week from the Ceramic Arts Daily Bookstore!

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To learn more about Lorna Meaden or to see more images of her work, please visit www.lornameadenpottery.com.

 


 

For more interesting ceramic glazing techniques, download your free copy of Four Great Ceramic Glazing Techniques: How to Formulate Successful Crystalline Glazes, Add Depth Through Slip Trailing and Color Washes, and Glaze in the Majolica (Maiolica) Style.

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