Alisa Liskin Clausen on thu 10 feb 05
I did not see a request for this type of glaze. However now that Bill
mentions it, the Nutmeg is all right for this appearance. I like the glaze
because it has many nuances from cream to brownish red. Nice to work with
There is another similar glaze I tried that stays more cream with less
brownish reds, maybe closer to a Shino look a like, called Cream Rust, cone
I had recently tested it, and I have a photo of it in Albumn 4 at
must have the recipe in the archives but I got it from
ClayTimes, July August, 2004.
regards from Alisa in Denmark
Mert & Holly Kilpatrick on fri 11 feb 05
> >Alisa Clausen wrote
> There is another similar glaze I tried that stays more cream with less
> brownish reds, maybe closer to a Shino look a like, called Cream Rust,
> I had recently tested it, and I have a photo of it in Albumn 4 at
> must have the recipe in the archives but I got it from
> ClayTimes, July August, 2004.
Another similar one is Cream Breaking Red:
Another one I've been fooling around with, haven't found a good use yet, is
This glaze is low on silica, I am not recommending this as a balanced glaze,
but I think it has great potential for decorative effects.
East Bangor, PA
firstname.lastname@example.org on sat 12 feb 05
Thanks for the three links! The matt bird sounds like what I am wanting. I want a pumpkin orange semi matte glaze. That sounds hopeful when thin.
Kansas City USA