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Throwing a Basic Pot on The Potter's Wheel Tutorial | Step By Step Illustrations

Throwing a Basic Pot on The Potter's Wheel Tutorial | Step By Step Illustrations

terra sigillata - When applied to unfired clay surfaces, "terra sig" can be polished with a soft cloth or brush to achieve a shine ranging from a smooth silky lustre to a high gloss. The surface of ancient terra sigillata vessels did not require this burnishing or polishing. The polished surface can only be retained if fired within the low-fire range and will lose its shine if fired higher, but can still display an appealing silky quality.

terra sigillata - When applied to unfired clay surfaces, "terra sig" can be polished with a soft cloth or brush to achieve a shine ranging from a smooth silky lustre to a high gloss. The surface of ancient terra sigillata vessels did not require this burnishing or polishing. The polished surface can only be retained if fired within the low-fire range and will lose its shine if fired higher, but can still display an appealing silky quality.

Made by Kari Radasch

Made by Kari Radasch

Slump molds are great tools in handbuilding because they allow you to dream up whatever shape you want and repeat it many times. They can be made from a wide variety of materials – from found objects to plaster.   Plywood is Joe Singewald’s slump mold material of choice. In today’s post, an excerpt from... Read More »

Slump molds are great tools in handbuilding because they allow you to dream up whatever shape you want and repeat it many times. They can be made from a wide variety of materials – from found objects to plaster. Plywood is Joe Singewald’s slump mold material of choice. In today’s post, an excerpt from... Read More »

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