Curtis Nelson on wed 10 oct 07
Hello cone 6 electric firers -
Do any of you have experience with Coyote cone 6 glazes? I=92d like to hear
what results you=92re getting. Are you happy with them? Are they consistent?=
Their ads and brochure sure are tempting. I=92ve always shied away from
commercial glazes, preferring to layer glazes from recipes I=92ve made in my=
studio, but I like what the pots in their brochure show. Stuff I can=92t
achieve with my glazes.
Randy McCall on wed 10 oct 07
Curtis check out the below site for some of my tests on Cone 6 Coyote
Pottery Web site
Celeste Sabel on sat 13 oct 07
I have had good luck with the Coyote Cone 6 glazes. I had to work with th=
em to get the consistency that gave me the color I liked, but that was not =
difficult. I have found them consistent. Also, you can put several of the=
coyote glazes together (as in the brochure) and they work well together.
> Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 16:10:42 -0500
> From: curtn@EARTHLINK.NET
> Subject: Coyote Cone 6 Glazes
> To: CLAYART@LSV.CERAMICS.ORG
> Hello cone 6 electric firers -
> Do any of you have experience with Coyote cone 6 glazes? I=92d like to he=
> what results you=92re getting. Are you happy with them? Are they consiste=
> Their ads and brochure sure are tempting. I=92ve always shied away from
> commercial glazes, preferring to layer glazes from recipes I=92ve made in=
> studio, but I like what the pots in their brochure show. Stuff I can=92t
> achieve with my glazes.
> Any observations?
> Best -
> Curtis Nelson
> Asheville, NC
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