Hello everybody,I am looking for a diamond disc to put on the potter's wheel, here in Belgium I can't find it or even in Europe . I would like to buy one in America but I don't know where I can…Continue
"The effect can be done using colored slips applied to leather hard pieces. It can be fired unglazed for a very dry pastel effect, or using a clear cover glaze to bring out stronger, more saturated effects.
The top and bottom rings were incised then…"
"I watched the video about Ellen Rijsdorp. She does not really say much about the glaze. I also looked up the magazine (De Kleine K March 2017) and it does not tell us much more either. I expect she applies the glaze after the first firing over the…"
"Hallo Jori, I never heard of a wash glaze. I do know oxide washes. Oxide (copper, iron eg) in water brushed over a pot and then wiped off, so the oxide remains in creases or carvings. I hope this helps.
Ineke from Holland but now living in France."
Low cost flat lapping disc can be used on you potters wheel if you, drill bat pin holes in it, and provide a trickle of water to cool it. At amazon.com, 120 grit for aggressive material removal. Click the image to purchase
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