Pretty much everything on ceramics
I have been teaching for 16 years and I am certified in many different paint companies and techniques. I have been working with ceramaics for over 28 years.
I have BA in Radiology and many certification from Duncan , Gare, Kimple and many others.
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The best thing to do is to get an air compressor and spray all stuff out with air. You can take a Dry towel and try that but if they get wet then it can hurt them. It will ruin the detail and the mold
The lace is very tricky. The lace can have 0 nylon in it or it will fall apart. The best thing to do is used thick cotton lace and then saturated in the slip till soaking wet put it on damp Green wear
Sorry do molded ceramics. So not sure on the clay. The glaze if put on very careful and even should fire fine. So it will not pool you could fire upside down on stilts. High fire is easy and fast but
Fashionhues are very tricky and messy. You need a lot of small rags. They are very nice when finished. First base coat. Take your color of FH and paint on then rub off with rags to desired look. I may
I always fire at 06 for glaze. If usual states to 04 bisque? I would try cone shelf sitters on each shelf. They will bend over and tell you if your kiln is firing correctly? If you are firing 04 use 04