John Hesselberth on mon 31 aug 09
Very nice!! You have lots to work with here. And the photography shows
them up very well. Now, go for it.
On Aug 31, 2009, at 6:33 PM, Miri Hardy wrote:
> Dear All:
> My second test firing is now under my belt. So much easier than the
> first but still very
> much an experiment.
> Thanks to the list, after my first glaze firing I discovered to my
> great dismay that the
> composition of G-200 had changed. As I had mixed up the glazes for
> my first test firing
> using G200-HP (in both glazes based on Glossy Base Glaze 1 and
> Glossy Base Glaze 2) and
> was now about to mix up larger batches of glaze, my dilemma was
> whether and how to
> adjust my glazes. My fairly inexperienced assessment of the glazes
> on Glazemaster
> suggested that there was little difference between using g-200 and
> g-200HP in JH and
> RR's stable glazes. Indeed, the differences between the unity
> formulas were very small,
> and all values were within the limits.
> The advice I received from Ron Roy was to test again without
> changing the recipes. Of
> course, I was happy to do just that! As I have no prior experience
> with these glazes, I
> have no idea if there are indeed any differences but I am quite
> pleased with my results.
> Additional information about my firing and lots of photos can be
> seen on our blog at:
> Thanks again to the list for being an endless source of information
> and a special thanks to
> Ron Roy for his advice and support.
> All the best,
> Miri in Puerto Rico
Veena Raghavan on tue 1 sep 09
Congratulations. You have some really nice pieces there, and great
combinations. So happy for you that the firing turned out so well.
In a message dated 8/31/2009 7:21:20 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> he advice I received from Ron Roy was to test again without changing the
> recipes. Of
> course, I was happy to do just that! As I have no prior experience with
> these glazes, I
> have no idea if there are indeed any differences but I am quite pleased
> with my results.
> Additional information about my firing and lots of photos can be seen on
> our blog at: