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Peter's Pottery, Chun glazed bowl. kiln to cone 11. Dusted with wood ash directly over freshly glazed bowl.

Peter's Pottery, Chun glazed bowl. kiln to cone 11. Dusted with wood ash directly over freshly glazed bowl.

Pottery Art Of The Day continued

Pottery Art Of The Day continued

Free PDF download! Decorating ceramics is one of the most rewarding aspects of working in clay. It’s the time when you can add color and life to a bare clay surface that can show off your creative talents. There are scores of decorating techniques available and here are five successful techniques that are sure... Read More »

Free PDF download! Decorating ceramics is one of the most rewarding aspects of working in clay. It’s the time when you can add color and life to a bare clay surface that can show off your creative talents. There are scores of decorating techniques available and here are five successful techniques that are sure... Read More »

Ceramic Arts Daily – Slip and Stick: How to Use Stained Slips and Newsprint to Make Monoprints on Pottery

Ceramic Arts Daily – Slip and Stick: How to Use Stained Slips and Newsprint to Make Monoprints on Pottery

carving on pottery - Google Search

carving on pottery - Google Search

scratching-through-underglaze --- ideas for finishing clay organized by stages of drying

scratching-through-underglaze --- ideas for finishing clay organized by stages of drying

Ceramic Arts Daily – Slip, Engobe, or Underglaze? Robin Hopper Demystifies Three Common Pottery Materials

Ceramic Arts Daily – Slip, Engobe, or Underglaze? Robin Hopper Demystifies Three Common Pottery Materials

Lakeside Pottery PDF on sgraffito technique on clay mug. http://www.lakesidepottery.com/Pages/Pottery-tips/How-to-create-sgraffito-pottery-tutorial.htm#

Lakeside Pottery PDF on sgraffito technique on clay mug. http://www.lakesidepottery.com/Pages/Pottery-tips/How-to-create-sgraffito-pottery-tutorial.htm#

(Chapter 10) Ceramics-scraffito 1 Scraffito is a technique where there are multiple layers of colored plaster, stucco, or paint that are dried and then scratched to create the design and desired color.

(Chapter 10) Ceramics-scraffito 1 Scraffito is a technique where there are multiple layers of colored plaster, stucco, or paint that are dried and then scratched to create the design and desired color.