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reduced to liquid form by heating

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Since plaster could endure 1000[degrees]C just once, it is important to prepare the mould correctly to provide resistance to the pressure of glass and ceramics and to control the moulten glass.
The artist completed these photonic connections with titling such as Vernal Equinox #1232 #5, a vessel like a red moulten pool of bronze with a seductive golden drip protruding from its core.
Some still need more time, however, to allow the last of the gases and bubbles from the breakdown of oxides and carbonates to travel up through the moulten glaze.
Morning Flood On The Usk was painted by Horace Moulten, an art lecturer at Newport Technical College in 1933, and shows the sun rising above Newport docks.
The Moulten Llama performs with Gut, Wrought Iron Hex, Seismic Supershear at 9 p.
Landscape elements are certainly present; the surfaces are active, explosive, evoking eruptions of fire or moulten rock.
The most common technologies use either the equivalent of a motorised hot glue gun that dispenses moulten plastic or a laser that selectively fuses layers of fine plastic powder.
Music The Moulten Llama, Gut, Wrought Iron Hex, Seismic Supershear, 9 p.
The dynamic flow that appeared like moulten lava on the vessel's interior was a striking contract to its jaunty, pastel-petalled exterior.
In the firing zone of the kiln (maximum temperature zone), moulten feldspar and silica glass form the glassy phase as a dissolving meld.
Music The Moulten Llama, Stonecrusher, Wrought Iron Hex, 8 p.
It is the element of shock, whether it is moulten pig hearts in bone china or giant surgical 'plugs', that makes his work repulsive yet compulsive viewing.
Then he tried silicon carbide which held the carbon combined with the silica until glaze melt when the carbon was then able to reduce the oxides in the moulten glaze.
Music Birch Hill Dam, Cortez, Second Grave, Faces of Bayon, The Moulten Llama, 9 p.
Such glazes have a high viscosity, being 'stiff' in the moulten state; conversely, water has a low viscosity.