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  1. Hi Sorry. Here's attached a photo of the wheel. Thanks for the attention of all who are helping me. Not advise to make the holes? Could someone point me to a good bat I'll be happy Have a beautiful day
  2. Hi Thanks for the kindness. Sorry. The photo attached in this post I published today How do you make a non-slip shelf? What bat do you use? Could you help me? I'll be happy
  3. Hello to all I bought a wheel Potter Shimpo RK-3E. O Wheelhead não tem bat pin holes Attached photo of the Wheel Is there any model for this type of bat Wheelhead? Can you help me telling where I can buy? Please send me a link where I can buy. I'll be happy if you help me Thank you Maria Correia
  4. Hi I would make these decorations. I'll be glad if you help me http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/4/dfq8.jpg/ http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/43/ltso.jpg/ http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/821/e5ob.jpg/ http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/32/i27c.jpg/
  5. Hi Chris For me is very difficult because where I live has no studio. I am self taught and I'm learning the internet. Ceramicartsdaily'm already a member - Pottery Making Illustrated. I have an oven that reaches temperatures of 1320 º C I painted tiles. Pinto and take the glaze kiln to 1000 ° C Wanted to expand my knowledge and bought: - A potter's wheel Shimpo RK3E (I do medium and small pieces) - Ready-made clays (white and red) - Duncan Concepts - Underglaze for bisque - Duncan - Pure Brilliance - Clear Glaze Brush-On - Accessories for cutting, shaping etc. - Engobe - Botz - Cone 09-04 I wonder what types of: glass, enamel and engobes should I buy so I can apply at work in two ways: - Decorative pieces on raw clay - Decorative pieces on clay bisque I'll be happy if you help me in this matter.
  6. Hi Evelyne For me is very difficult because where I live has no studio. I am self taught and I'm learning the internet. Ceramicartsdaily'm already a member - Pottery Making Illustrated. I have an oven that reaches temperatures of 1320 º C I painted tiles. Pinto and take the glaze kiln to 1000 ° C Wanted to expand my knowledge and bought: - A potter's wheel Shimpo RK3E (I do medium and small pieces) - Ready-made clays (white and red) - Duncan Concepts - Underglaze for bisque - Duncan - Pure Brilliance - Clear Glaze Brush-On - Accessories for cutting, shaping etc. - Engobe - Botz - Cone 09-04 I wonder what types of: glass, enamel and engobes should I buy so I can apply at work in two ways: - Decorative pieces on raw clay - Decorative pieces on clay bisque I'll be happy if you help me in this matter.
  7. Good morning all My name is Maria, I live in Portugal. I am a beginner in ceramic and need everyone's help. I need to buy my stuff to work. I want to buy in stores potter and the products already prepared. Who can help me telling me the issues I write. For single firing: 1 - What kind of colorless transparent glass that can be applied to the raw piece that were decorated with glazes? 2 - Glass and enamel is the same thing? To double-fired: 1 - Can I paint with engobe or underglaze point in the piece of leather, let it dry and take the first cooking? 2 - After biscoitada which the glass should I be covering and lead again to the furnace? Are there any specific glass or can I use the glaze? I want to buy all the products already prepared, for this reason I need to know what I should buy. Engobes need to know what I can buy to apply to raw clay, engobe need to know should I buy to apply the piece biscoitada. Are they the same? And glazes? What should I buy? And the glaze which I buy for single-fired and double-fired? I have a preference for transparent glaze, because I want to decorate the piece and then want her to be brilliant. If someone send to my email as you want more information I'll be happy. elcimen@gmail.com I will be very happy if someone help me. I really need to buy my stuff. I thank those who help me
  8. What is the liquid used in this slide. Engobe or Underglaze?
  9. Glazed Engobe

    Bought a covering premixed dry. Can anyone tell me if when I put water in engobe powder, I add with the water some substance to stick with engobe glazed effects? glycerin, olive oil .... ? I'll slide the engobe in various colors using the Slip Trailers. I want the colors do not mix.
  10. Glazed Engobe

    Speak of glycerin, olive oil .... Adding a bit in for horizontal sliding engobe colors do not mix?
  11. Glazed Engobe

    I bought engobes powder. Can anyone tell me if when I put water in engobe powder, I add with the water some substance to stick with engobe glazed effects?
  12. Amateur Needing Help

    Thank Wyndham I'll find videos of Robin Hopper
  13. Amateur Needing Help

    Engobe is basically a liquid clay (slip, in English) used to coat and coloring parts modeled in clay still raw. Thus, the engobe may have different color from the part being painted. For example, when you want to cover a piece of white clay that receive a blue transparent glaze. The engobe is applied to the raw clay and moist (in point leather) so that both shrink together during drying. It should be the consistency of yogurt more liquid.
  14. Amateur Needing Help

    Thank you Chris Campbell It really is an amazing job. I believe the liquid can be Engobes or Underglaze. Do not you think? The brush the second video Also thought it was done the way the decorator said. But I bought this brush photo. I have not received. I want to see if I get the same-effect. You know this type of brush? http://www.saa.co.uk/artsupplies/da-vinci-series-5519-liner-of-squirrel-hair-with-kolinsky-red-sable-tip-size-08-6mm-968845.html
  15. Amateur Needing Help

    What kind of brush is this and how can I get one please?
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