Kit Posted February 13 Report Share Posted February 13 Hallo all, I've recently starting experimenting with mixing white and black clay and am building stock to hold my very market sale. While working on one design I've noticed that keeping the edges of the two colours clean is a bit tricky, as when you compress the clay before forming it the colours smudge ask over the place. Very cool for some things, but not for everything... I've explored scraping the clay while wet and leather hard, carving and sanding once bisque fired. So far the sanding gives the best effect, but it's so labour intensive and the pieces are so fragile there are blind to be a lot of breakages. I was thinking of sand blasting the pieces with baking soda, which I'm hoping to try soon. But does anyone have done advice on the best and quickest way of keeping the lines crisp and clean? I'd like to find the most efficient solution before I start making up over a hundred pieces! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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