If you make pottery you know the importance of firing your pottery once you have completed making your object. You can't glaze your piece of pottery until you have fired it and in order to glaze it, you must have it fired correctly. This means you must fire your pottery at the correct temperature in a kiln made specifically for firing pottery. There are classes you can take to learn how to properly fire the bisque and how to use a kiln correctly.
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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