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Do you have time to remake it? If not your art teacher should understand. She was the one who suggested you soak them in water.

I just had two projects I need to pass my ceramics class explode because someone else's project blew up in the kiln

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Wow. That's your art teacher? How did she/he get her degree.?? I'm sorry OP. That really does blow. Hopefully you get a chance to make it up.

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If you're going to have the first comment, you at least have to make it good. No shit it sucks. Douche bag. This art teacher obviously didnt know wtf they were talking about.

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give a speech about trial and loss and say "if this isn't art, I don't know what is." then walk out of room covering face

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I love art, and I think a good artist can save any kind of drawing. Even if its fallen apart you can be creative and make something out of it.

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Why r y'all Jumping on #1 case it's his first time as the first comment! If u think u could've done better den you should have commented faster!!

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96- I completely agree with you. Its just a comment. I don't understand why people take it so serious. Geez -.-

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I'm not totally sure but if the sculpture is made out of the right material it can be remolded if you get it a bit wet

Do you have time to remake it? If not your art teacher should understand. She was the one who suggested you soak them in water.

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Or u could just say "hey you're an idiot. Maybe acid will fix ur brain..." and instead ur teacher will dissolve

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This was OP's fault. I'm assuming this sculpture is made of a clay considering the advice from the teacher. OP obviously let it soak for far too long because clay doesn't just dissolve once it touches water. Then again, I suppose it could also just not be clay. It was just the scenario that I thought of.

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You should have rubbed the edges with a vinegar slip. It is really good for piecing sculptures back together. That's what I use when my sculptures break.

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What the teacher probably meant was for OP to get it wet not drown it in water. Most anything I can think of right now that could be stuck back together by dunking In water wouldn't dissolve immediately it would have to be left in running water for a while. Maybe my memory is just bad. Either way it's OP's fault for not know the properties of the material being worked with, it's not the art teachers fault for assuming trying to give helpfull advice.

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Nevermind that in art, knowing how to work with the medium is just as important as knowing what to do with it.

I just had two projects I need to pass my ceramics class explode because someone else's project blew up in the kiln

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Look s like I'm not the only one taking ceramics right now. Someone peaces exploded too. I was lucky though, mine wasn't in there at the time.

What was it made out of? Seems like you'd know ahead of time what dissolves in water and what doesn't

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**i love zeh Germans Shoot. I didn't even know about this new *edit* stuff! Shows my fml age... :' (

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Oh yes, a REAL badass, you've exposed my life long goal. And I guess none of you have watched the chapelle show? So I'll just stop. Suckin' old man dicks for life it is!

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