Principles of Design
Elements of Art
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This sport is referred as football in England
Is an American sport, to score you do a touchdown
You use a club to hit the ball into a hole
You use a heavy ball to knock down pins in an alley
A game where you to dribble the ball and shoot the ball into the net
You use sticks and a puck to play this sport
In this game, you can score something called a Homerun
A sport where you run on a track
A sport where you jump as far as you can
This sport requires you to jump over fences while running
A sport where you shoot a bow and arrow at a target
This sport take place on ice and you move around on the ice
A sport where you race in water
This sport is where you race in a boat
A sport where you dance on ice
You slide on a snowy hill on two boards on your feet
A sport where you fight others, often referred as Taekwondo
An activity where you go down a snowy hill on one board
An activity where you ride on a horse's back
An activity that requires a boat and paddles
microscopic minerals from the earth with water
a furnace for firing pottery
to heat a kiln to required temperature (bake clay)
cone shaped thermostat
"plastic" clay, you can easily moldit
clay object is stiff but can be carved
clay is totally dry, no moisture
dried object ready to be fired
has been fired once
fired twice and has "paint"
cut and slam clay to mix
push and roll clay to a mix
handbuilding by pressing with fingers (push in with thumb)
handbuilding using ropes of clay
handbuildoing with flat pieces
to mark on clay to roughen surface
clay and water to make glue
marks on the outside seam like "sewing"
a repeated pattern
bits of dried clay mixed with water
changing clay into glass by heating
art forms which relate to height, width, and depth
the "paint" you put on ceramics
another name for pottery
the name of your art teacher
clay that has dried slightly from the plastic stage, can be joined using water, but has become a bit too fragile to bend and shape at lot.
Clay that has completely dried out, but has not been fired yet.
Clay objects that have been fired one time, turning the clay into glass. At this stage, clay is ready to be stained, painted or glazed.
Clay that has been applied with glaze or underglazes and then fired a second time.
a term that refers to one of several techniques used to build pottery using only the hands and simple tools, rather than using the potter’s wheel.
This technique is a method of shaping clay by inserting the thumb of one hand into a ball of clay and lightly pinching between the thumb and the fingers, while slowly rotating the ball of clay in the palm of the other hand.
a handbuilding technique used to construct ceramic forms by rolling out ropes of clay and joining them together with the fingers and various smoothing tools.
a handbuilding of technique used to construct ceramic forms by rolling out a flat “pancake-like” piece of clay which can then be cut into shapes and built into a box.
the process of mixing and turning clay to remove air pockets and create uniform consistency in the clay.
a technique used to connect two pieces of clay by scratching into the surfaces of each piece of clay and then applying watered down clay to each piece before pressing the pieces together.
to draw or scratch lines into the clay surface, to either connect two pieces of clay or add texture.
a process in which clay is heated to high temperatures in a kiln, which melts the silica sand in the clay and when it cools turns to glass, making the form permanent.
a furnace of refractory clay bricks used to heat pottery or fuse glass.
glass-forming chemicals, usually with coloring compounds added, that is applied in a liquid form to bisqueware clay and fired in a kiln, forming a pleasing coating around the surface of the clay.
Pottery which can not only serve as an art object but can also be used for a purpose, such as bowls, plates, cups.
the usually narrower part that leads from the body of a pot or vase to the mouth.
this is the main part of the pot or vase. It usually the largest part of the pot or vase.
this is the part of the pot or vase that meets or rests on the floor or table.
a decoration technique in which lines are carefully drawn into a clay surface.
process in which material is steadily built up to produce the finished figure
a large container, typically earthenware, glass, or plastic, with a handle and a lip, used for holding and pouring liquids
a pot with a handle, spout, and lid, in which tea is brewed and from which it is poured
a round, deep dish or basin used for food or liquid
a small, bowl-shaped container for drinking from, typically having a handle
a strong, coarse unbleached cloth made from cotton, or a similar yarn, used as a surface for clay handbuilding
a board used as a base for handbuilng and storing clay projects
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