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Trying Mishima on a Small Hand Built Tester Cup

Trying Mishima on a Small Hand Built Tester Cup

How to Use Wax Resist

How to Use Wax Resist and Ceramic Underglaze for Fine-Line Inlaid Decoration - Ceramic Arts Network

Halloween Studio Special! Mishima or Jesshima if you like! - YouTube

Fun Halloween video from my pottery studio showing an easy way to create inlay designs on your ceramic surfaces with wax resist and underglaze!

If you're one of the growing numbers of pottery enthusiasts around the country, you'll love this workshop: DIY's Throwing Clay. Host and master potter Bill Van Gilder demonstrates the techniques used to make a variety of ceramics projects, from frame-molded, hand-built plates to deep-walled baking dishes turned on the potter's wheel. You'll get "fired up" about Throwing Clay!

master potter Bill Van Gilder demonstrates the techniques used to make a variety of ceramics projects, from frame-molded, hand-built plates to deep-walled baking dishes turned on the potter's wheel.

Mishima with wax

Welcome to Amaco! I love the graphic quality of mishima, also known as inlay, but if the color of the clay isn’t what I want as my background, there is anoth.

I do pottery. I love it. It's very relaxing; it takes me to another planet. Eva Herzigova

Ceramics|We use dragon eggs to hold our lights. They work remarkably well because they amplify the light but the heat of the flames doesn't burn your hands.

Mishima (Further instructions: http://jessicabroadceramics.blogspot.com/2014/11/mishima-wax-inlay.html)

A short video showing the ceramic surface decoration technique of mishima (inlay of colored slip).

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