How to do Additive Relief Sculpting on a Ceramic Tile Panel


Who says ceramic tiles have to be flat? Using additive relief sculpting on a flat tile can lead to some beautiful and unique dimensional tiles.

In today’s video, an excerpt from her DVD Creative Tile Making, Angelica Pozo demonstrates how she creates interesting tile panels with depth with additive relief sculpting and carving techniques. – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.



This clip was excerpted from Creative Tile Making with Angelica Pozo,
which is available in the Ceramic Arts Daily Shop.

pozoorchidTo learn more about Angelica Pozo or see more images of her work,
please visit


  • Cate D.

    I bought your book and loved it. Really enjoyed watching you work! Thanks for this 😀

  • Jeanette O.

    I love the video. How thick is the beginning clay. It looked to be about 1/2 inch.

  • Alina H.

    I can sit and watch Angelica for hours. She has a really calm and tranquil way of speaking that I find really enjoyable. Thanks for sharing. I have been craving some carving!

  • Rebecca P.

    How would you make this a wall hanging? Do you notch the back or add wire? before firing? Nice orchid! thank you.

  • Kate B.

    Very nice demo. Love your work.
    Thanks, Kate

  • Susan T.

    I also loved your book! Great demo!

  • Andrea V.

    Gracias por compartir tus conocimientos.

  • Mary P.

    You mentioned grouting between your grouted tiles. How would you mount them and to what kind of material? What type of grout do you use? Since you made a border around the outside, would you use a frame-type backing? Any advice is helpful. thank you for the clear demo.

  • Richard H.

    What those rubber tipped paint brush looking things? And were is a good place to find them?

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