paper clay, perlite, iron oxide wash, shino inside

Paperclay Ceramic Sculpture: personal thoughts and philosophy, sources of inspiration, techniques.

This simple recipe is an old stand by! It's just a 50/50 mix by volume of stain/oxide and Frit 3124. (ie 1 spoonful of each ingredient.)     Red Iron Oxide Wash    1 Tablespoon Red Iron Oxide  1 Tablespoon Frit 3124  Water

Red Iron Oxide Wash 1 Tablespoon Red Iron Oxide 1 Tablespoon Frit 3124 Water chrome oxide for green wash, cobalt carbonate for blue, a black or other color mason stain.

Magnetic silly putty was pretty awesome, but it's time to take it to the next level with ferromagnetic fluid! Making your own ferromagnetic fluid (ferrofluid) is super easy, and it uses the same easy to get black iron oxide powder as the magnetic putty. The best thing about ferromagnetic fluid is that there's many ways to make it. Depending what medium you add to the oxide powder it will react differently; a low viscosity medium like water will allow you to play with magnetic fields with…

Ferromagnetic Fluid

Magnetic silly putty was pretty awesome, but it's time to take it to the next level with ferromagnetic fluid! Making your own ferromagnetic fluid (ferrofluid) is.

Magnetic Slime--really neat, but it requires liquid starch, iron oxide powder, and really strong neodymium magnets.  There is a commercially available magnet putty that might be a good substitute for exploration.

How to Make Magnetic Slime

Magnetic Slime--really neat, but it requires liquid starch, iron oxide powder, and really strong neodymium magnets. There is a commercially available magnet putty that might be a good substitute for exploration.

used SCM and Randy's Red. I sprayed the SCM on the interior of the bowl and then I dipped the bowl in Randy's Red w/ Spanish RIO. I like to swirl some slip in the bowl right after it's thrown to get some interesting glaze…" Randy's Red: Silica	29.70	kg	 	 Kaolin	5.00	kg	 	 F-4 Feldspar	19.80	kg	 	 Talc	13.90	kg	 	 Gerstley Borate	31.70	kg	 	 Red Iron Oxide	15.00	kg	 	 Bentonite	2.00	kg	 	 	117.10

used SCM and Randy's Red. I sprayed the SCM on the interior of the bowl and then…

Wax Resist Leaves with Irin Oxide, pottery by Martha Silver

green with maple leaves: Wax Resist Leaves with Iron Oxide, pottery by Martha Silver

simple nerikomi bowls Bea | Nerikomi Bowls (using red iron oxide to stain porcelain which was then inlaid into white porcelain).

bea, nerikomi bowls (using red iron oxide to stain porcelain which was then inlaid into white porcelain)

Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation results Group 3  118	Transparent - BG1 C/6 Gold/Brown	     Minspar (was F-4 or Soda Feldspar)	0.45  EPK	0.06  Bentonite	0.02  Whiting	0.17  Zinc Oxide	0.05  Silica	0.25  Dolomite	0.125  Red Iron Oxide	0.08

Western Pennsylvania Potters Community: Cone 6 Oxidation results Group 3 118 Transparent - Gold/Brown Minspar (was or Soda Feldspar) EPK Bentonite Whiting Zinc Oxide Silica Dolomite Red Iron Oxide

Jim Snitily 2200 F Cone 5 - I brushed three coats in different directions of the black ( also added 2% black iron oxide to the base) Then applied 2-3 coats of the crawl with 4 inch wide brush medium thick, just so it goes on smooth, not runny. When that dries, it will crack and that shows its thick enough

Jim Snitily 2200 F Cone 5 - I brushed three coats in different directions of the black ( also added 2% black iron oxide to the base) Then applied 2-3 coats of the crawl with 4 inch wide brush medium thick, just so it goes on smooth, not runny. When that dries, it will crack and that shows its thick enough

Sharon Stelter; Using a variety of hand building techniques such as hollow form slab and coil building, along with heavily textured surfaces builds interest in the work. The pieces are then finished with iron oxide washes and colored glazes

*Sharon Skelter - Using a variety of hand building techniques such as hollow form slab and coil building, along with heavily textured surfaces builds interest in the work. The pieces are then finished with iron oxide washes and colored glazes.

Choy Blue Custer Feldspar:  50  Silica: 28  Whiting: 6  Kaolin (Grolleg): 4  Barium Carbonate: 12  Red Iron Oxide: 2

Choy Blue Custer Feldspar: 50 Silica: 28 Whiting: 6 Kaolin (Grolleg): 4 Barium Carbonate: 12 Red Iron Oxide: 2

Learn how to make magnetic slime with black iron oxide powder and liquid starch. Use our classic Elmer's glue slime recipe to make this cool magnetic science demonstration. Adding iron oxide powder to homemade slime produces a super strong magnetic slime that works well with neodymium magnets for amazing results. Slime is a great science demonstration for kids chemistry. Adding magnets also turns it into a cool physics activity. Making slime is also an amazing sensory tool for kids.

Make Magnetic Slime with Black Iron Oxide Powder and Liquid Starch

Learn how to make magnetic slime with black iron oxide powder and liquid starch. Use our Elmer's glue slime recipe to make fun, super strong magnetic slime.

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