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Arts and Humanities
Ceramics Terms and Procedures
Things you need to know to be successful in Ceramics class
Terms in this set (9)
A damp condition of the clay when it is too firm to bend yet soft enough to be carved.
Clay that has been fired once
Bone dry stage
No visible moisture - no dampness to touch - Clay is ready to be fired.
Plastic bag with your name, wooden board, Space on the shelf, T-Shirt Scrap
My personal Supplies for Ceramics
Table Canvas that matches my clay, 2 Fettling Knives, Box of tools that matches my clay
Tools needed for each table
A stage of dryness where clay is workable. It will stay this way if it is tightly stored in plastic so that air cannot dry it out. The clay feels wet at the plastic stage.
How clay needs to be stored while working on it from class to class or particularly over a weekend or break
pin tool/needle tool
These long heavy needles set into wooden, metal, or plastic handles are one of the most versatile tools in pottery. Just a few of their uses are trimming the top edges of ware while on the wheel and for scoring slabs and coils when hand building.
Using a loop tool or other tool that removes clay to create a design in leather hard clay
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