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  1. Help needed: The clay I'm forming by hand gets cracky and splits so fast that even a simple form isn't finished unless I'm rushing. Please suggest ideas for longer, less rushed forming time. I'm using low fire clay, Standard White 105 brand new from the box and pinching and forming animals and small pendants and beads. I can roll out a snake and then it's too dry. That fast. I can roll a bead and pinch a couple times, then cracks start if I continue. Super dry hands maybe? My guess is to use a mist spray, cover, wait, work a few minutes, mist, cover, wait...
  2. From the album: Beads Pendants Cabs Minis Low Fire Ceramics

    I used Liquid Bandaid as a resist on the bird so I could scratch in lines and fill with black.
  3. From the album: Beads Pendants Cabs Minis Low Fire Ceramics

    Bead rack tree tower with high temp wire. Clay pattie (tortilla thick, unfired) under glazed cat. High temp wire embedded in clay pattie as a stilt. This is my first glaze fire. Can't wait to see the kiln open!
  4. From the album: Beads Pendants Cabs Minis Low Fire Ceramics

    Glazing tiny details, preplanning the steps like a recipe. First 2 ever ceramic pieces glazed and I'm already experimenting. I used Liquid Bandaid as a resist on the bird so I could scratch in lines and fill with black.
  5. From the album: Beads Pendants Cabs Minis Low Fire Ceramics

    Very first batch of low fire clay pieces. All loaded onto a 5X5 inch kiln shelf. I have a Paragon SC2 kiln that I named Miss Piggy. I use it often to anneal steel rods for making stamps and I fire metal clay silver and bronze. This first bisque firing was thrilling! 15 hours, very conservative ramp rate. Like the first time trying to dress a newborn, I was being super careful.

    © yorkavenuestudio.com

  6. From the album: Beads Pendants Cabs Minis Low Fire Ceramics

    Very first batch of low fire clay pieces. All loaded onto a 5X5 inch kiln shelf. I have a Paragon SC2 kiln that I named Miss Piggy. I use it often to anneal steel rods for making stamps and I fire metal clay silver and bronze. This first bisque firing was thrilling! 15 hours, very conservative ramp rate. Like the first time trying to dress a newborn, I was being super careful.

    © yorkavenuestudio.com

  7. From the album: Work in Progress

    An assortment of handmade beads with high-fire wire bails.

    © Giselle Massey, Giselle No. 5 Handmade, all rights reserved

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