The first method was a technique modified by Enid which involved pressing tools and pieces of clay freely into a stack of inked, foiled and mica powdered sheets.
Next was the Julie Picarello method using contrasting colours of clay stacked and impressed with tools and objects to make interesting marks in the clay. The stacks were sliced after cooling.
Thirdly Enid showed us how to use a texture sheet to create a pattern in two or three sheets of stacked clay, then carefully shave off the surface to reveal the colours. It was interesting to see the different effects given for each technique and the variation possible using inks, foils etc.