clay slip

clay slip

[¦klā ′slip]
(materials)
A slurry of clay and water used in glazing pottery.
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Rub clay slip (a milk-consistency clay slurry) on all sides of each bale, and set the bales on top of the cob layer.
These are connected together with clay slip. The castle is constructed on a small clay slab (about 4 inches in diameter), which will fit easily within the slab "stump" container.
Barbotine--from barboter ('to daub')--involves clay slip mixed with mineral oxides applied to ceramics with a brush in a painterly fashion to create impasto designs.
A liquid terracotta clay slip was poured over the objects and the furniture in successive layers, day by day, to slowly reveal a new landscape hidden within the ordinary, well-known objects.
painted decoration in white clay slip instead of enamel).
Clay slip (engobe) applied to once-fired or bisque pottery can release mechanical and chemical water which can turn into a gas exiting through the covering glaze layer.
The kaolinite clay type was strongly indicative of the formation of clay slip. The clay slip became a determinant factor in triggering landslides since it related to shear strength of soils.
Experimental wares were the result of streaky glazes that ran into each other when fired, producing highly desirable pots of unique colours, while others were decorated by mixing glazes with clay slip to form a paste.
To achieve a professional finish look for the interior straw bale walls, my contractor first coated them with a clay slip, and then finished with a natural plaster mix to which an earth-tone pigment had been added.
Her approach was to first build a structure and then coat the structure with paper clay slip. She started the process with nylon tubes suspended from above and then created the ribs by pushing round wooden 'ribs' inside the nylon to create compression.
Materials: Royal Potters Select[TM] Wooden Sculpting Tools--at least 2 different tools per student Royal Big Kids Choice Grippers[TM ]brushes Cups for Glaze and Water Low Fire White Clay Lead Free Clear Glaze Lead Free, Low Fire Underglazes for Bisque (a few colors) Kiln Rolling Pin Clay Slip Paper Towels