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Clay Moist sticky earth
Coil A rolled ring of clay
Coiling Fixing rings of clay on top of each other
Ceramics The art of making objects of from fired clay
Firing Applying heat to harden clay
Form The 3D/solid nature of an object
Glaze A coating of glass applied to ceramics
Hollowing Removing the inside of a solid
Kneading Pressing together and working with the fingers
Kiln A type of large oven for baking pottery
Modelling Working clay into a shape or form
Pinching Squeezing between the thumb and a finger
Pottery Objects shaped from moist clay and hardened by heat
Plasticity Capable of being shaped or formed
Scoring Cutting or scratching the surface
Slip Liquid clay
Shape The 2D/flat nature of an object
Temperature The amount of heat
Texture The appearance and feel of a surface
Wedging Squeezing together
Created by: artyspice