Jacqueline Miller on fri 6 jul 07
According to what I have read from Jerry Bennett, you would use 400
grams of paper. I have used all different amounts. The more paper the
stronger the green strength but then the bisque is less strong.
By the way, I am hoping to invite Graham Hay to give a workshop on
paper clay next April. If you are anywhere near Cleveland, OH and
would like to attend, let me know.
Good luck with the paper porcelain. I made a paper porcelain shade for
an up light in my office and love it.
On 7/6/07, sean wilson wrote:
> Hello Clay Folks,
> I need a quickie formula if someone can help.
> I want to make paperclay, porcelain..... using one 25# bag of Helios.
> For a good workable mix should I use one or two rolls of toilet paper?
> Thanks all:)
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sean wilson on fri 6 jul 07
Hello Clay Folks,
I need a quickie formula if someone can help.
I want to make paperclay, porcelain..... using one 25# bag of Helios.
For a good workable mix should I use one or two rolls of toilet paper?
Need a brain boost? Recharge with a stimulating game. Play now!