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Pottery and scupting are labors of love: the artist must invest time, attention, and effort into conveying his or her vision through the work he or she produces. The right equipment is essential for even the most skilled artists to fully express themselves.

With good equipment, there's nothing to stop you from producing beautiful, innovative pottery. The only limit is your imagination.

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Painting a Bisque

Once I paint a bisque, do I have to fire it?

Turn your creation over every few days to help it dry better. Once you've fired the bisque, you can paint a glaze on it and glaze fire that.



Will my pottery be okay if I fire it at the wrong temperature?

You must be careful to fire your bisque at the right temperature. If the temperature is too low, your bisque will be too soft and easy to damage; if it's too high, you risk vitrifying it.

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Bisque Painting
Once a bisc piece is painted, does it have to be fired?
When your clay is drying it is a good idea to turn it over every few days. This will assist in the drying process. After bisque firing you can paint it with glaze and glaze fire it.

Bisque temperature
What happens to pottery if the Bisque temperature is too high or low?
Your pottery must be bisque fired at the proper temperature. Pottery that is bisque fired too low may be too soft and damage easily. Pottery that is bisque fired too high may not be very absorbent and it could be partially vitrified.

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