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A Super Simple Analogy to Help You Understand Glaze Structure - JOHN BRITT - YouTube

la lune dégringole le long des saules…

la lune dégringole le long des saules…

Would look fantastic on a fence or garden structure wall .. A large moon from metal then use driftwood, twisted wire for the tree and moss to finish the creation ..

Would look fantastic on a fence or garden structure wall .. A large moon from metal then use driftwood, twisted wire for the tree and moss to finish the creation ..

Ce bol en céramique a été façonné à la main pour la marque Najel de la SAS NAJJAR / FRANCE. Fabriqué en série limitée en terre brune foncée et émaillé à l'intérieur avec un émail blanc brillant, chaque bol porte la signature "SL" de la créatrice Saskia Lauth.

Ce bol en céramique a été façonné à la main pour la marque Najel de la SAS NAJJAR / FRANCE. Fabriqué en série limitée en terre brune foncée et émaillé à l'intérieur avec un émail blanc brillant, chaque bol porte la signature "SL" de la créatrice Saskia Lauth.

Ceramic Arts Daily – Surface: A Compilation of Techniques

Ceramic Arts Daily – Surface: A Compilation of Techniques

Camille Campignion carves geometric designs into clay & the pieces are fired at a temperature of 980° for enamelling. The raku pieces are then fired rapidly again to about 960°. Once the temperature has been attained, the firing is abruptly stopped. Due to thermal `shock` the enamel cracks. The pieces are then submerged in woodchips, straw & paper, that burst into flames due to the heat. Carbon is released which infiltrates the cracked areas, creating black veins /   D'une terre à l'autre

Camille Campignion carves geometric designs into clay & the pieces are fired at a temperature of 980° for enamelling. The raku pieces are then fired rapidly again to about 960°. Once the temperature has been attained, the firing is abruptly stopped. Due to thermal `shock` the enamel cracks. The pieces are then submerged in woodchips, straw & paper, that burst into flames due to the heat. Carbon is released which infiltrates the cracked areas, creating black veins / D'une terre à l'autre

Ceramic Arts Daily – Tips for Using Soft Slabs to Make Pottery

Ceramic Arts Daily – Tips for Using Soft Slabs to Make Pottery

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Univers Mininga

Pottery: Making Ceramic Texture Rollers Stamps - YouTube

Pottery: Making Ceramic Texture Rollers Stamps - YouTube

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