Bill van Gilder crocus martis red - cone 6 NC Soda Feldspar (I’ve used F-4 or Minspar) 46.7 Talc 16.9 Bone Ash 15.0 Silica 11.4 EPK 4.0 Lithium Carbonate 4.0 Bentonite 2.0 Total 100 Crocus Martis 8.5 Red Iron Oxide 3.0
George Lewter -- Layered combo of C Harris Temoku, Nutmeg, Variegated Slate Blue, Juicy Fruit, and a little Water Color Green. At the middle of the sides glaze is transparent and has crazed. On Laguna B-Mix 5 on a shelf that went to cone 5.2 -- Cone6Pots.ning
Wheel Thrown Blue Porcelain Mug with Chattering Texture by Hsin-Chuen Lin
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used SCM and Randy's Red. I sprayed the SCM on the interior of the bowl and then I dipped the bowl in Randy's Red w/ Spanish RIO. I like to swirl some slip in the bowl right after it's thrown to get some interesting glaze…" Randy's Red: Silica 29.70 kg Kaolin 5.00 kg F-4 Feldspar 19.80 kg Talc 13.90 kg Gerstley Borate 31.70 kg Red Iron Oxide 15.00 kg Bentonite 2.00 kg 117.10
Butterscotch 2, Cone 6 oxidation Frit 3134 20 Dolomite 20 Spodumene 20 Ball Clay (OM4) 20 Silica 20 Add: Titanium dioxide 10 Rutile 6 A very nice almost glossy pale yellow orange. Slightly mottled but uniform color overall. Pretty over texture. Stable and will probably work well with one coat.