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  1. After I bisque fired this pot the bottom splintered off a bit. I reattached some larger pieces with clear glaze before the glaze fire and they worked out fine BUT I still have these gaps. Plus I really slacked on trimming Photo / Photo Suggestions to fill gaps and tidy it up a bit? It’s a white stoneware clay. I did find some pieces and can slot in; Photo many thanks!
  2. Help! Attached you will see my dog sculpture made from commercially produced paper clay. I have used paper clay extensively with much success. This piece was slow dried over a month. I suspect that I failed to sufficiently compress the areas that cracked or broke off. I would like to rescue it since the head and face are intact. Is there a cold finish such as epoxy, bondo or other product that I can use to cover the cracks and build up the areas that broke away? This sculpture is very special to me and I want to do anything I can to rescue it. Thanks in advance for any kind advice.
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