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Vygi
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A ceramics studio is made up of lots of elements, so I thought I’d break it down and give some insight on what I couldn’t live without. Here are some insights on handy tips and tricks for setting up a ceramic’s studio at home. Equipment Whether it’s hand-building or wheel throwing ceramics you’re interested in, there are bits and pieces that are needed for both. Here’s my list of things I’d be including in a home set-up studio. The first no brainer is clay, but how much and what type? I’d…

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gisele reynoso
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I've been doing this pottery thing for a good 2 years now and over that time I've collected some things that I can't live without in the studio. I hope you enjoy this blogpost, if you have any question: let me know! 1. Plaster boards I use my plaster boards every day. Mostly to wedge my clay, but also use them to recycle clay or to dry out pieces that I’ve thrown on the wheel but flopped. I have a few different kinds of plaster boards. One big one (45 by 45 cm), which I use mostly to wedge…

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Jan Curran

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