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terrim8

Member Since 03 May 2015
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In Topic: Where Are The Good Stamps?!

24 May 2017 - 07:06 PM

I make my own too. Go to the art store and look at the lino rubber and cutting tools & watch your fingers!


In Topic: Qotw: What Movie Best Describes Your Adventures In Clay: And Why?

22 May 2017 - 09:05 PM

I just signed up for an expensive ceramics course.

 

In light of this, I will most likely be enjoying a legume based cuisine for some time and perhaps in the same rarified atmosphere as depicted in the fine dining scene of the film, Blazing Saddles.The course is to be taught at a small western community reminiscent of the charming village seen in the movie. As a bonus, this pure & natural form of nourishment that I shall be living on enhances my creative impulses, helping me to produce pots that exhibit a  sensation of warmth in design emanating from the base and enveloping my creations ever upwards. 


In Topic: Qotw: What Movie Best Describes Your Adventures In Clay: And Why?

22 May 2017 - 11:08 AM

Blazing Saddles


In Topic: Bubbles In Black Stoneware

11 May 2017 - 05:57 PM

I had the same problem.  I like the colour of the dark body PSH- black clay, so I made a slip out of it and I use it with my regular Plainsman cone 6 clay. So far- so good. I bisque to 04 and I have an old bisque kiln with just a kiln sitter so I couldn't soak it at 04. The slip seems to be a good solution but I have also just made some things out of the dark clay without glaze and that works too. My profile picture is of unglazed black PSH and a cone 6 porcelain mixed together.


In Topic: Anoka Sand Makes A Great Porcelain & Celadon

05 May 2017 - 12:37 PM

Looks so nice! Cone 8 is easier on the gas too.