Lesley Alexander on fri 18 feb 11
Between Hesselberth/Roy and Hansen on Insight (who includes photos of many
glazes, amazing), I have a good set of glazes to try. Hansen's only rutile
blue at cone 6 seems to be with Albany Slip, is there another approach?
Also, I'd love a glaze that gives the warm tones of shino; spodumene glazes
might work but also tend to be scattered with white. Any suggestions?
If not, eventually I'll experiment some solutions!
William & Susan Schran User on fri 18 feb 11
On 2/18/11 6:06 PM, "Lesley Alexander" wrote:
> Also, I'd love a glaze that gives the warm tones of shino; spodumene glaz=
> might work but also tend to be scattered with white. Any suggestions?
Have a glaze on my site that we used for years at ^6 oxidation to mimic
shino glaze. It's called New Nutmeg, developed from a line blend of two
glazes. Applied thinner it's orange/brown, thicker it's white.
Listed on ^6 oxidation glaze page, URL below.
William "Bill" Schran