Ann Brink on thu 4 jan 01
After you've added the stains, try adding an opacifier, such as
Zircopax, for another range of effects.
Ann Brink in CA- basking in 81 degreee F. weather today. Our summers are
cooler than this!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Wade Blocker"
Sent: Thursday, January 04, 2001 3:20 PM
Subject: Re: Specific ^6 glaze request
> If you are satisfied with the clear glaze yu have, just buy a lot of
> different glaze stains and add them to your glaze, in increments of 4 to
> for pastel colors and 6 to 8% for darker hues. Mia in sunny ABQ
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Maid O'Mud Pottery on thu 4 jan 01
I'm experimenting with dropping from ^10 to ^6. I bought a bunch of
Tuckers Mid Cal ^6 and have been making mugs, salters etc. as test
Do any of you out there use this particular body and are willing to
share a few "bullet-proof" glazes? I've already tested a good clear. I
am looking for very colourful glazes to distinguish my new work (^6)
from my old (^10). I will monitor sales, and that will be the direction
my future work will go.
Let me tell you in advance I appreciate any and all feedback.
Sam, Maid O'Mud Pottery
SW Ontario CANADA
"First, the clay told me what to do
Then, I told the clay what to do
Now; we co-operate"
"Effort does not always equal output"
Wade Blocker on thu 4 jan 01
If you are satisfied with the clear glaze yu have, just buy a lot of
different glaze stains and add them to your glaze, in increments of 4 to 5%
for pastel colors and 6 to 8% for darker hues. Mia in sunny ABQ