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Liz Hum. I also appreciate the time you spend makng sure that all the information is actually useful. Unlike some, I find that most people actually want to have a number good and often inexpensive tools with which to work. I especially like that fact that you have prioritized the almost limitless number of tools available into the basic necessities as well and the rather nice add-ons most of us appreciate as we progress in our exploration of clay in all its wonderous forms.
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But since I am apparently NOT, I and I suspect many of your thousands of loyal readers and supporters certainly appreciate your hard work on our behalf. Rock on Girl! I think this is a LOT of fancy — and expensive — equipment for a starter. For years, I just had 4 things: a cookie sheet, a tile to bake on, a cheap needle tool, and some high grit sandpaper. Your hands are the basic tools for measuring, rolling, shaping and carving.
That worked for me for 5 odd years. Made plenty of beads, sculptures, filagree, etc. When you start telling folks they need to buy all this other stuff, it makes it sound like you need to be a millionaire to get started. And that is just not the case. Absolutely right on, from what is needed as a beginner, to moving through what you would like to have as you get more advanced.
A great resource for us to send new people to. Thank you, Ginger! Thank you so much! I have gathered many of the basic materials and plan to play with clay for the first time this summer. And it will help me for subsequent play in these early days as well. I really appreciate this!! Well, I did try to compile a list with maximal versatility that would allow one to do most every technique out there, and still not have to spend very much. One list I found included a claying oven for a beginner…wow…just so not necessary! Happy Claying!
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This is also a great way to introduce someone to clay art. Maybe a Christmas or holiday or birthday present? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Skip to content. Most of what you need can be found around the house or very cheaply in craft or hardware stores.
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