bill edwards on sun 20 mar 05
Once you get that glaze in place, if you would care to
share a jpg I would appreciate it! Right now I am
working on another person's pet crematory piece but it
does not contain any ash at all from the deceased
animal. I skulpted the head of a lab on a casserole
type lidded bowl with a pedestal and a Bronze name
plate will get mounted there. I think I have some
pictures of this should anyone be interested?
Now... Lee has always been a favorite of mine and I
used to correspond more often. Just FYI... I seldom
get my hackles up for more than a minute but time
isn't in my favor currently and I was fair in stating
I didn't 'have the time' to look up all the threads
and I understand that we all have moaned and groaned
in the past at those who add copy/pastes of past
topics of threads which when snipped does help a
person a little if time isn't always in their favor.
But I will play by whatever rules the roost and enjoy
what I can, when I can!
I am all for seeing more information on glazes as that
is vital to making better art. Sorting information
sometimes is like playing tennis with an Octopus.
"Donna J.S. Causland"
Subject: Thanks for Human Ash Glazes
be trying for a gray/black
streaky glaze on porcelain.
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