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Slumped ceramic bowl by Susan Sternlieb

Slumped ceramic bowl by Susan Sternlieb

Ceramics by Jim Malone at Studiopottery.co.uk - Bowl, brushed slip. Iron painting with copper splashes. 7 inch diameter. From New kiln at Home Farm, Burnby, York, March 2003.

Ceramics by Jim Malone at Studiopottery.co.uk - Bowl, brushed slip. Iron painting with copper splashes. 7 inch diameter. From New kiln at Home Farm, Burnby, York, March 2003.

ceramic creamer and sugar bowl by Colleen Riley

ceramic creamer and sugar bowl by Colleen Riley

ak up the slip, and then use a dull needle tool, pen, or carving tool to carve a line drawing on top of your painting (figure 10). After carving your lines, do not touch the piece. Wait until it is bone dry and ready for the bisque, at which point you can lightly rub the carved edges smooth. I bisque at cone 04 and apply a clear glaze then fire to cone 1.

ak up the slip, and then use a dull needle tool, pen, or carving tool to carve a line drawing on top of your painting (figure 10). After carving your lines, do not touch the piece. Wait until it is bone dry and ready for the bisque, at which point you can lightly rub the carved edges smooth. I bisque at cone 04 and apply a clear glaze then fire to cone 1.

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