Glossary of Terms - W
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A raw clay texture technique where wax, acrylic medium, or lacquer is applied in a design to raw clay, then the raw clay sponged to wear away the uncoated surface. When fired a subtle raised surface, sometimes showing the grog or sand in the clay, remains.
Using wax to keep glaze or other ceramic materials from sticking to particular areas of clay.
Wedging is the process used in ceramics to work air bubbles out of clay so it is prepared for use.