Joe Fogarty on wed 20 nov 02
I am looking for a simple terra sig formula that takes color well. Is there
one out there? Is it even possible? I've seen it in books and magazines but
I have yet to find a recipe that is feasible for me to complete. Can you
karen gringhuis on thu 21 nov 02
Val Cushing has written instructions about terra sig
in his HANDBOOK and previously in Studio Potter. This
includes how to make it without a ball mill which I
have done, am doing and yes, it works.
How a given terra sig takes color seems to me to be
directly related to the clay used. Although TS is
thought of as low fire earthenware, a high fire
version using a white clay is possible. What do you
have in mind?
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Snail Scott on thu 21 nov 02
At 04:39 PM 11/20/02 -0500, you wrote:
>I am looking for a simple terra sig formula that takes color well.
Just ball clay and mason stain.
Why use a recipe?