Once you have made your pottery you need to bisque fire it before you have it glazed or painted. You need to bisque fire a pottery piece to make it sturdier and allow it accept the paint or glaze you will put on it later. When done correctly bisque, firing is slow and at a temperature less than what you find with glaze firing. It is done slower and at a lower temperature so that the pottery doesn't crack while being fired. Often times, people have to work with the temperature for bisque firing to find one that works for them.
I am a begining oil painter. I was wondering what colors you suggest a beginer buy. I`ve heard students in my classes talking about how they use only a few "basic" colors, in which they can mix a large range of colors from. Do you have any tips?
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