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How to Smoke Fire Pottery - Of the three methods of firing clay at home, we decided to try using a metal trash can/dustbin for our homeschooling crafts session. It seems like the easiest (and safest!) method to try as it doesn't need a lot of equipment or space.

Smoke Firing in a Trash Can - Firing Ceramics at Home

Sawdust Fired Ceramics. [fun in the backyard!] video shows how we made some pottery using the technique of sawdust firing. This is something you can easily do at home as it only requires a brick-lined hole in the ground ro fire the pots. wheee!

How to: Sawdust Fired Ceramics. [fun in the backyard!] video shows how we made some pottery using the technique of sawdust firing. This is something you can easily do at home as it only requires a brick-lined hole in the ground ro fire the pots.

How to fire pottery at home using a sawdust smoking pit. Also has links to other home-made kiln methods.

Smoke Firing in a Trash Can - Firing Ceramics at Home

How to fire pottery at home using a sawdust smoking pit. Also has links to other home-made kiln methods.

Karen Banks Ceramics Smoke fired wonders from the former designer. Karen's work is beautifully finished with beeswax bilsandrye.com/...

Karen Banks Ceramics Smoke fired wonders from the former designer. Karen's work is finished with beeswax

Ann Wilson | Slab built & carved vessels, 25.5 cm & 16 cm. Smoke fired with leaves and newspaper.

Ann Wilson - Slab built & carved vessels, smoke fired with leaves and newspaper. I can see lantern with a wick/ball on top.

Halo Smoke Detector - Halo is a smart smoke detector that warns you of smoke, fire, & CO2 levels, plus it provides alerts for natural disaster warnings like earthquakes & tornadoes – even when the internet & TV are out.

Halo is a smart smoke detector that warns you of smoke, fire, & levels, plus it provides alerts for natural disaster warnings like earthquakes & tornadoes – even when the internet & TV are out. The Halo backup battery lasts 7 day

June Ridgway  |  Smoke-fired vessel (2012). "Coiling is my preferred handbuilding technique because of the slower considered pace; scraping and fettling as the pot takes shape. Burnishing then forms an irresistible tactile satin finish before bisquing. Pieces are then placed in saggars with copper, salt and sawdust creating an atmosphere which leaves unique marks and colour on each and every pot. This aspect of the work is very exciting as the pot is handed over to the vagaries of the…

June Ridgway - Smoke-fired vessel - 2012 - Coiling handbuilding technique - Pieces are placed in saggars with copper, salt and sawdust creating unique marks and colour.

More Wonderful Examples of Macro Photography — Bored Factory

More Wonderful Examples of Macro Photography

Blue Smoke: Life Is Beautiful Photography - "life is beautiful photography: Blue Smoke Image by lindes Buy prints of this and other work at ImageKind; my website: David Lindes Photography More of what a match can look like. Prints available.

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