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Natas Setiabudhi

Member Since 31 Mar 2011
Offline Last Active Jan 04 2014 03:21 AM
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How To Paint Over The Fired Glaze

03 January 2014 - 04:47 AM

Hi everyone

Happy new year! nice to see you again.

I curious about how to paint over the fired glaze. Are there any tricks to make satisfied results?

Especially for painting the vessel (vertical surface).

Thank you for your replying.. 


Residency Program In Bandung, Indonesia

20 July 2013 - 08:09 AM

Actually I intend to invite the international ceramist to my country. We can sharing each other about ceramic world. To invite you of course need someone or institutions to support me, but I don't have those. But I really want to invite you guys. So it's the formal invitation:   

Kupu keramik Studio / my workshop studio in Bandung Indonesia open to the ceramic artist international to resident in my place for 2 - 4 weeks. No restrictions on age, nationality, and gender.

My workshop provide facilities which related to ceramic activity such as materials and work space (free). But for accommodating, meals, and daily life are the artist responsibility.

The ceramic category could be anything, as art or function, traditional or contemporary. 

If you interested you can contact me:

- Email: natasetiabudi@yahoo.com

- Blog: butterflyceramic.blogspot.com 


Talc bodies

02 April 2013 - 11:39 AM

Hi everybody
I make my own bodies for my ceramic works. The formula is very simple such feldspar, local clay, and china clay (high fired body). Actually the formula has already make me satisfied. But I have read that the body formula can be added talc to lower the vitrified body. Also talc can make the body has a good thermal shocking. I just wanna make sure of that statement. How about whiting? what is the used if added to the body. I really appreciate for any reply.
Thank you :rolleyes:src="http://ceramicartsda.../rolleyes.gif">