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Mishima on bisque

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The idea behind traditional mishima,  is a technique of inlaying slip into incised(carved lines and shapes), the technique requires inlaying the slip into the carved areas and then removing the excess with scraping to leave the contrasting mishima lines showing.  In following with the technique, slip could not be used on carved areas in bisque. However, you could experiment with other colored materials, underglazes, stains, or glazes to fill the areas of ground designs in the bisque and then glaze with a transparent glaze.




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