(Medium Blue, Intense Yellow, Brilliant Red, White and Jet Black) or Speedball (Saffron Yellow, Red, Medium blue, white and black). Small bottles are fine, they go a long way and you can mix and match between colors and brands.
I use Cashmere by New Mexico clay or BMix5 by Laguna Clay but I recommend you use the one that is used by the Pottery Studio you’re firing your work in. If you plan to work with lots of colors in your pieces, it’s better if you use a low fire clay.
Clear glaze. Make sure it matches your clay. If you’re using a low firing clay, select a glaze that is low fire. If you’re using a Cone 5 like laguna Bmix, make sure it’s cone 5 to 6. (Ask in your local pottery studio, sometimes they have dipping glazes you can use there). I recommend you don’t get any until you watch the videos and decide which clay you’re going to use.
If you’re using Air dry clay:
I like this one but you can use any Air dry clay you want.
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