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  1. Is it possible to attach a small dry handle to a wet casted cup? I’d think yes, but wonder if anyone does their production this way. Thanks for sharing your wisdom
  2. I've been experimenting with using slip cast shapes inside my slip castings but I'm getting bleeding and it's not crisp. I make sure it's moist and I prep my molds. Anyone do this and have some tips to share?
  3. I'm new to the whole slip casting technique and trying to learn. I'm trying to source slip for slip casting and see a lot of places offer dry slip casting bodies, but what separates those bodies from normal dry clay you can buy? I understand you add chemicals, including a deflocculant, to the dry slip, but beyond that what's the difference and why couldn't you just do that to a normal dry clay body? Are there certain properties of the casting body that make it better suited to casting?
  4. From the album: Work in Progress

    This is a special pie plate made with two tones of casting slip. I then decorated it with leaves and swirling vines in slip and sgraffito carving on the inside.

    © Copyright Giselle Massey 2015

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