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PaperClay for Ceramic Sculptors: A Studio Companion

by Rosette Gault

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Question and answer format -how to-about the the modeling medium of ceramic paperclays (earthenware, terracotta, stoneware, porcelain) for all ages, beginner to expert level. The right balance blend of recycled papers and clay benefits sculptors, muralists, tile makers, model makers, potters, handbuilders, teachers, parents and makers. Includes chapters for projects, figure work, armatures, tiles, coil, pinch,wheel a well as advanced, professional, research, recycling papers, mixing art studio batches, mold and model, outdoors, tile projects, firing in kilns, or not firing options finishes., recipes, detailed index. Hundreds of photos, illustrations, charts, on nearly every page.

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