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A term used to describe the process: roughing up the surface where two pieces of clay will be joined together.
Clay that has been fired once but not glazed is called:
A method of forming clay by simply squeezing with fingers
Objects made of clay, fired to sufficiently high temperatures for a chemical change to take place in the clay body is known as what type of art?
Clay is as dry as it is going to get while it is exposed to the air
Term we use when clay is put into the kiln to be heated
Tool used to smooth out the surface of the clay
Watery clay used to connect parts
Italian word for "to carve"
Makes the clay more flexible while removing water and air bubbles
Four methods of making ceramics
They are Coil, slab, pinch & wheel throwing
The oven used to fire clay
Clay that is still moist and flexible
A liquefied glass-like coating on your pottery
Can cause pottery to explode
A decorating technique where lines of slip is applied to the clay vessel
A factor in determining how long clay must dry before firing
The stage during the drying process at which clay is no longer pliable but still damp. It can be easily handled while retaining shape
Old technique of forming clay vessels where long strand of clay is placed on top of each other and attached with score and slip
can result in Streaky and transparent finish
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