Oh so fine.
Jayne if the tile doesn't, not mentioning the word, mosaic to a piece of wood to hang??
But maybe this time no cracks are important.
This is just thinking and I have not tried this, what if you dampened the tile in a damp box, then applied paper clay or the spooze stuff to the entire back of the tile When firmed place it on a number of rods for all round drying and dried slowly?
Like to hear if anyone else thinks this is logical
Benzine, I migrated after the convict times and so I can say these things, well to myself mostly,
Oh, and back on point, I'm working on a teapot that sold 3 years ago at a teapot show. A customer of the gallery that sold it requested I reproduce it, more or less. As I work on it, I wonder how the heck I made it the first time! It was 3 years ago and I had just started in clay and I knew even less than I know now. It's a pain in the a** and I'll be glad to finish it....if I ever do.
Also, I'm working on a tile that keeps breaking...and it's not even dry yet. I've put it back together with paperclay twice. It looks like this one is going to hold....I hope. It's for a young friend who is nearly finished with chemo for ovarian cancer. It HAS to be ready and in one piece so that I can hand it to her when they remove the IV for the last time on the 5th of August! IT SIMPLY HAS TO !!!!