Tip: Use Spray Starch to protect glazed work that has not been fired yet. See Chandra DeBuse's at: http://debuse-on-the-loose.blogspot.com Oct. 2013 blog.

Spray starch for transporting glazed but unfired pottery - DeBuse-On-The-Loose, I never did this in all 4 years of my ceramics.

Spray starch keeps glazes in place if you have to transport pots to be fired - also keeps underglaze pencils from smearing; glaze can be put over their designs without smearing.  The starch burns off in the kiln.

protecting glazed items for firing: Common spray starch available at the local grocery store. Apply underglaze pencil or glaze and let dry. Using a banding wheel, apply an even coat of spray starch.

Pottery Pens, Pencils and Writers   Easy, controlled fine details, squiggles and writing             ________________________________...

Pottery Pens, Pencils and Writers. Writing, messaging and naming pottery. Fill our empty writer bottles with Duncan EZ One Stroke underglaze for really fine writing on bisque pottery.

Seven Processes for Image Transfer on Ceramics | PrintPatternProject

Today I attended an image transfer workshop for potters. I am not a potter (though I have done pottery) but I was hoping to learn techniques.

Beyond Wax Resist: Alternatives for Interesting Resist Decoration on Your Ceramic Art

Beyond Wax Resist: Alternatives for Interesting Resist Decoration on Your Ceramic Art - Ceramic Arts Network

Dry Glazes, Slips, Terra Sigilatta and Engobes for Cone 6 - Recipes and Techniques – Electric Cone 6 & Other Ways w/ Clay

Note from George Lewter - added the words Slips and Terra Sigilatta to make this topic more inclusive of the non-melted materials applied over cl…

a very good idea for drawing two parallel lines in curves or arcs on pottery

From the Laundry Room to the Clay Studio: Readers Share Clever Tips for Pottery Tools Pinning Parallel Lines

Steve Irvine - how to apply gold leaf to pottery. Click and check out the finished pot - it's wonderful, fanciful, and very lovely.

Steve Irvine - how to apply gold leaf to pottery. Check out the entire site, including his working pin hole ceramic cameras!

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