Why do you think pattern is used in artworks from all around the world?
How important is texture in ceramics and why?
Creating a variety of textures
Importance of texture to create meaning
Dealing with failure
Complete steps on pacing sheet- 30 points total (5 points per step)
Surface is completely covered with texture and/or patterns- 5 points
No obvious cracks- 5 points
Glaze is the proper thickness- 5 points
Uses more than one glaze - 5 points
In-Progress Reflection- 5 points
Self Reflection- 5 points
Peer Analysis- 5 points
Name Plate - 10 points
Total Points: 75
WHAT TYPE OF FEELINGS DO YOU GET WHEN LOOKING AT THESE SCULPTURES?
HOW TO MAKE
Smooth balanced to Rough
Transparent- (of a material or article) allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen. "transparent blue water"
Chili Gloss (When Thick)
Red (When Thick)
Chili Gloss (When Thin)
Red (When Thin)
Glazing, too, is notoriously tricky; if the coating is too thick or too thin, the desired results are impossible. Plus, chemical reactions between clay and glaze can cause things like "shivering," when a glaze cracks and flakes off a piece's surface.
Create a name plate for your favorite teachers desk! Must be glazed. *Come see me to see if your teacher is available*