We are going to cut more or less in the thickness
that we want. And then we try to, to put these pieces together. That’s very important that
it being joined nicely. Because if not the piece is going to break so easily by the joints
that we don’t make nice. Put it together though. That’s very strong exercise. That’s why the
sculptures they have strong hands though. Well more or less we have here a piece of
slab. Then we have to work with a roll pin to get the right thickness here. I recommend you to use always a drop cloth
or a piece of cloth there because of oil that the clay spit out and also absorb a little
bit of moist of the clay. That excessive water is not good. When we decide that more or less
we have the right thickness and it moves OK. Now we have here, we see here the cracks.
This we have to, to work on that. If not it’s going to, to break on those pieces on those
sides. And we have to add a little bit of clay here in order to cover the cracks. And
we have to use the roller pin again on that side. Good because these are just wrinkles from
the clothing. OK, now we can cut here.