7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Not as helpful as I thought,
This review is from: Image Transfer on Clay: Screen, Relief, Decal & Monoprint Techniques (Lark Ceramics Books) (Hardcover)
I thought that the topics/techniques discussed would be done so in more detail and that the book would be more technical.
The fact that the simple but effective xerox viscosity/lithographic transfer technique is omitted is a shame. Where the lazer toner (xerox/photocopy) machine (that is easy available to most people) is used you need special decal paper in order to make an image on clay whereas the viscosity/lithographic transfer technique requires nothing more than materials that are not already found in a well equipped studio i.e. gum arabic and ceramic glaze stain.