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Next step is cleaning up the kiln room and papering it…

making cone pads for the 5 peep holes in the kiln….

still too many grinders to chance not making a pancake for under most of my work.Finally airbrushing the color on the pots and loading them… it’s like a huge puzzle and is the most important part of the whole process of making work that is ALIVE and KICKIN!!!it takes time and care as the pots are sooo breakable at this point. takes lots of skill even though it sounds fairly simple and benign…Once I get this accomplished I willl scrub down my studio from top to bottom and paper the shelves and tables…I have what is commonly called an electric kiln that I use to bisque my work…

Most people recognize an electric kiln as they are the most used kiln around.

Clay matures at different temps and a bisque is firing your clay to a temp that is not mature so that you can then handle the pottery without as much fear of breaking it and yet it absorbs moisture like a glaze.

When a clay body is mature it is almost non porous with the exception of Earthenwares and the final results of RAKU Pottery.

wax resist or latex resist areas that you want xtra clean like I do with porcelain knobs and cameo’s on my devil egg’s , relish dish’s etc…

also the bones on my dog bowls and the ears, tail, eyes, nose on my weiner dogs ;o) lotta work like that happens which is why it takes so very very long to glaze my pots…

this is also dangerous as you breathe in lots of invisible dust particles so must take care to protect your lungs.