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Ceramic Art Lesson Plan: Ink Transfers on Clay

Ceramic Art Lesson Plan: Ink Transfers design on Clay then the design is glazed or scratched in because the print will burn off

Pottery Video: Making a Darted Creamer  | SUZE LINDSAY.  Good for altered wheel thrown pouring vessel and pulling handles on the form.

Tips for Darting Wheel Thrown Forms and Throwing Handles off the Pot : Ceramic Arts Daily

How to Make a Jar With Press-Molded Decorative Strips and Wheel Thrown Parts | BLAIR CLEMO - YouTube

Making a lidded jar with press-molded decorative strips and wheel thrown parts - Blair Clemo

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50 Hand Drawn Vector Pattern Brushes Vol. 02 by nubephoto 50 Hand Drawn Vector Pattern Brushes Volume 02 Set of 50 abstract, tribal and floral pattern brushes, which were all hand drawn w

Ceramic Arts Daily – Three Beautiful Surface Decorations That Look Even Better Layered

Ceramic Arts Daily – Three Beautiful Surface Decorations That Look Even Better Layered Engobe (sub. underglaze) layered with glaze patterns

A demonstration of how to make porcelain flowers and apply them to a vase.

A demonstration of how to make porcelain flowers and apply them to a vase. Some completed vases are shown at the end of the video. Continued from part one.

Ceramic Screen Printing and Mono Printing Techniques on a Slab - Ceramic Arts Network

Ceramic Screen Printing and Mono Printing Techniques on a Slab - Ceramic Arts Network

2. Transferring the Image. Now that you have your image transferred onto plastic you can now endeavor to get it onto the clay surface. I like to work with a ceramic surface that is a little beyond leather hard; in fact, I like to call it cheddar "cheese hard". It is somewhere between too late to add a handle, but not too late to make a mark on it with your finger nail. Capisce? Now take a dampened, not drenched, sponge and give the area a quick swipe to create a slightly tacky surface for…

2. Transferring the Image. Now that you have your image transferred onto plastic you can now endeavor to get it onto the clay surface. I like to work with a ceramic surface that is a little beyond leather hard; in fact, I like to call it cheddar "cheese hard". It is somewhere between too late to add a handle, but not too late to make a mark on it with your finger nail. Capisce? Now take a dampened, not drenched, sponge and give the area a quick swipe to create a slightly tacky surface for…

Matthew Krousey shows how to make custom clay texture tools from scrap wood and a few basic woodworking tools.

In the Studio: Homemade Texture Paddles - Ceramic Arts Network

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