Nozomy Pottery Clay Sculpting tools: Complete Review

Are you in need of the best tools for clay sculpting? Narrowing down the right toolset for your pottery escapades can be confusing. So, it is important that you get an unbiased opinion and review that helps you pick the best from the lot.   Nozomy Pottery Clay Sculpting Tools: Features The Nozomy Pottery Clay…

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Beginner Techniques To Using Emulsion In Pottery

Are you wondering what wax emulsions are and how you can use it for your pottery escapades? It is a balanced mixture comprised of more than one wax mixed with water. Normally, water and waxes do not mix together well. However, the two can be mixed together in a stable ay with the use of…

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Best Wax Resist To Use

With so many decorating and glazing options for potters, wax-resist can be a great tool to get rid of mistakes and deck up your piece as well. Wax resists give you ample options to decorate the pottery piece. Plus, it is also useful for glazing the feet, lids, rims, and basically any section of the…

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AMACO Air Dry Clay: How Does It Compare To The Others?

Air-Dry Clay is an easy-to-use clay variant that is beginner-friendly with no kiln-firing required. The best thing about this clay is that it is smooth & isn’t as sticky when compared to traditional clay. While some say that air-dry clay can be a tad flimsy, this is far from the truth. When crafted with the…

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How To Clean Up Wax Resist?

Remember the last time you glazed your pottery piece and fired it in a kiln? There is a chance the glaze must have stuck to the kiln shelf. There are very few experienced potters that manage to get away without the glaze sticking to the shelf post-firing. So, if you are someone who doesn’t have…

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How to make a pizza stone from clay?

Are you in a mood for pizza but don’t have a pizza stone to bake it extra crispy? Well, you can make one at home from clay. Pizza stones are basically cooking surfaces that are portable in nature and used for baking purposes. It is made of stone, ceramic, or even salt. You place your…

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ANBULL Electric Pottery Wheel: Complete Review

Gone are the days when potters made use of kick wheel for their pottery escapades. Today, the electric pottery wheel has become the norm. This wheel variant allows potters and artists to create more pieces in a shorter time frame. They are light in weight & allow portability as compared to the traditional flywheel. This…

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Will Pencil Burn Off in the Kiln?

A pencil is an evergreen tool used by potters to sketch any designs that need to be added to the piece before the firing process. But you wouldn’t want this sketch to become permanent after being fired. It can make the piece look ugly and unprofessional. So, most potters would want to know that the…

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How to Make Black Clay?

When learning the basics of pottery, you will come across several terms. Some you might understand well, others you won’t. Among these lesser-known terms is black clay. Beginner potters are confused between the differences and similarities between stoneware, black clay, white clay, & earthenware clay. To understand more about black clay, we will first decode…

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