Clay Animal Tile        Exampleshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cxf7h3c2gzU&feature=relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a...
1.   Choose an animal from a magazine or the Internet.2.   Roll out a 6x6 inch slab of clay about ¼ inch thick.3.   On the...
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
Clay tile power point (2)
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Clay tile power point (2)

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Clay tile power point (2)

  1. 1. Clay Animal Tile Exampleshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cxf7h3c2gzU&feature=relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajCbcnYb2NU&feature=relmfuhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cR_DjP8QVSI&feature=relmfu
  2. 2. 1. Choose an animal from a magazine or the Internet.2. Roll out a 6x6 inch slab of clay about ¼ inch thick.3. On the back side of the tile cut shallow grooves to prevent the tile from curling up.4. Carve your name or initials into the back of the tile. If you do not do this the tile will not go into the kiln or be graded!5. Flip the tile over and begin to create the animal on top of the tile.6. Use the score and slip method to attach the animal pieces to the tile.7. Remember all the animal does not have to be shown. You can only have parts of it coming in or out of the tile.8. When creating the parts of the animal make sure they are no thinner than your thumb and that no parts stick out from the tile higher than your thumb.9. After the tile has been fired your may choose to use acrylic paints or glazes on the tile. Glazing your piece will require it to be put back in the kiln for a second firing.

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