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This is good news. Now how do you grog clay? I have a small roll of nichrome
wire which I would like to use for beads, a small kiln in a separate and very
small kiln room. I've fired some and for the last fours have not had a single
explosion from poorly prepared clay. I don't know what I am doing well or
otherwise because I am landscape painter and not a glop plopper, though I am
in love with the feel and the texture of clay. I wish to learn to make a 6"
cylinder this week. I've got a kick wheel and clay at home. But grog. Sounds
like Shanghai. My friends can you 'splane? I'm thinking I'd also like to get
the kids into sculpture.
I've enjoyed and learned so much from your contributions to this newsgroups,
and I am sure that others have done the same, I'd sure like to get an idea of
how to make the sculpture safe to fire.
Numo Jaeger & Michael Miller wrote:
> if you are using a very
> highly grogged clay ---Numo
> Numo Jaeger
> Studio One Art Center
> Oakland CA USA
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