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Currie Tile Mold Whole Bat


this is what the whole bat looks like. thick is good so that if you are pressing/rolling a piece of clay down on to the bat it is less likely to snap if the surface it is on is uneven. I think a thicker bat also absorbs more water if you are producing a run of currie tiles at one time rather than just a couple. I tend to make a couple dozen using two or three different clay bodies and then dry and bisque them all in a batch so they are ready to go when I decide to run some tests.

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ian currie test tiles

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  • Focal Length 4.2 mm
  • Exposure Time 1/130
  • f Aperture f/2.2
  • ISO Speed 32

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