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Kiko Denzer on Art
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Thu May 11 04:35:14 PDT 2000
In a message dated 5/11/00 6:11:53 AM Eastern Daylight Time, kopp at kinneret.kinneret.co.il writes: << In the meantime I am planning to put a concrete floor down and perhaps tile it in the future. I would also be interested in hearing anyone else's experience making their own tiles. >> I have just taken a ceramics class and tried to make one tile as a house logo for my new studio ---- the teacher discussed the various problems, and keeping them flat is the one ---- a recent Modern Masters (HGTV) show on a tile maker also stressed the same, you must keep the bottoms flat and NEVER pick them up without them on something totally flat (hard to do through firings and glazing)--- my logo was only 6" wide, yet the edges did flex up, even with careful handling --- so this makes the process very time intensive thus expensive if someone knows someone who CAN make and enjoys making tiles, (cost effectively) PLEASE let us know !!! Linda
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