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Forget the Plaster! How to Make a Surprisingly Durable Hump Mold out of Unfired Clay

Plaster and ceramics go hand in hand. We ceramic artists use plaster for everything from drying or wedging surfaces to stamps or molds for slip casting. But potter Lauren Sandler  … The post Forget the Plaster! How to Make a Surprisingly Durable Hump Mold out of Unfired Clay appeared first on Ceramic Arts Network.
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