clay slip

clay slip

[¦klā ′slip]
(materials)
A slurry of clay and water used in glazing pottery.
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I emphasized the importance of using a sharp tool for Scoring, watery clay Slip for gluing, a modeling tool for Blending, and their finger or sponge for Smoothing.
Author Lydia Doleman draws on decades of experience to demonstrate how a straw and clay slip mixture can make a versatile, beautiful, and sturdy building material.
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.
Slip glaze is a clay slip that contains sufficient glass minerals that fuse to the surface of ceramic ware when subjected to firing and produces hard glassy finish.
Her approach was to first build a structure and then coat the structure with paper clay slip.
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
There is more than one set of engravings showing how to construct a thatched roof from straw dipped in clay slip along with details of the tools to be used; several showing national dress; a pair of elegantly statuesque Hungarian Siamese twins; and an unfortunately very grainy reproduction of what must be an impressive engraving showing the Emperor Leopold visiting the Imperial rare book library in Vienna, with ladders reaching twenty shelves and more above floor level.
They're investigating the use of clay slip and wood chips for wall infill, which apparently offers similar insulative value and thermal mass as straw-clay walls, but would be easier, quicker, and cheaper to use (not to mention that a forest bioregion like ours has more wood chips than straw).
A couple of dozen kids dressed in green garbage bags were gathered in a shady park pouring muddy water over piles of straw like dressing onto a salad, then tossing the straw around until both kids and clay were coated with the clay slip.
Foltz's molded Santa Claus images--made by pouring a clay slip over a chocolate mold, creating a thin-walled (or cast) piece--are among his most popular holiday objects.