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I have a clay body that I absolutely love and has become vital to the work that I am focusing on at the moment. Unfortunately I am no longer working out of a facility where I can mix this clay myself. Is there a company that exists where you can send in a clay body recipe and have it made for you? I know there is something like that for glazes.
Hey all, Im looking to start a studio from scratch, build out an aesthetic and eventually sell online. I'm interested in a more premium dinnerware plating look. Coming from a throwing body. I don't know if there are any good white stonewares out there, that have a little iron in them and a bit of a pepper or speckle too? I know that may be a lot to ask in one body, but didn't know if I just haven't searched the right company yet, or someone might have some answers here for me. Thanks for taking the time! Codey
If you had to make a fairly large object (14" tall/8" wide, 3/8"- 1/2" thick), and have it ready to bisque in 3 -4 days, what clay body would you use? The obvious problem is shrinking and cracking, so how do you best counter that? Heavily groged clay body? Paper clay? What do you think?