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Alternative glazes. | blayneknox.com Before and after Co 22./ 1060c From the book Dry Glazes, J Jernegan. Lithium carb.70/ Borax 10/ Bentonite 15/ Cornwall stone 5.

Before and after Co From the book Dry Glazes, J Jernegan.

Before and after Lithium wash 1060c  made by adding 30gr. Lithium carb. to 470 gr. hot water / 2gr Bentonite / 1 Flat teaspoon cmc or wall paper paste. Mix and put through a fine sieve.

Before and after Lithium wash made by adding Lithium carb. to 470 gr. hot water / Bentonite / 1 Flat teaspoon cmc or wall paper paste. Mix and put through a fine sieve.

Lichens and Lizards and Leopards, Oh My! Reticulated Glaze Recipes For Wild Ceramic Surfaces

Lichens and Lizards and Leopards, Oh My! Reticulated Glaze Recipes For Wild Ceramic Surfaces

Although glaze crawling - when glaze recedes away from an area in the firing, leaving bare clay - is often considered to be a glaze defect that should be a

From a slide show dealing with lister...most are in reduction, but this example is oxidation atmosphere...interesting information MXS

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From a slide show dealing with lister.most are in reduction, but this example is oxidation atmosphere.interesting information MXS

This glaze is amazing... It's high fire, or I would try the technique on my work!

Shino Sauce + sprayed Mark Natz Gold, wax resist, copper rich glaze sprayed over top (heavily reduced) On porcelain (Highwater

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When Deanna Ranlett was in school, she wanted to find a glaze that looked like eye shadow. She liked the effects of some high-fire crystalline glazes, but could only fire low in the school studio. Undeterred, she started experimenting with Mark Burleson's "Love Child" glaze. She tested and retested and came up with some sweet glaze recipes that gave her the eye-shadow look. In today's post, she shares her recipes and some details on the experimentation that lead to them.

Glaze That Glitters: A Little Experimentation Leads to Some Nice Low Fire Crystal Glazes

Ceramic Arts Daily – Glaze That Glitters: A Little Experimentation Leads to Some Nice Low Fire Crystal Glazes

Glazy.org recipe Weathered Bronze Green with Fluoride, Cone 4-10

Glazy - Glaze, Green, Copper, Weathered Bronze Green with Fluoride

136. KoHout’s FeChrome Murk 2 (^10)  20 Whiting  64 Potash  16 EPK/Kaolin  5 Iron Oxide  1 Chromium

136. KoHout’s FeChrome Murk 2 (^10) 20 Whiting 64 Potash 16 EPK/Kaolin 5 Iron Oxide 1 Chromium

Turquoise ^6 (Chris Clarke)  Other glazes to look at http://www.flickr.com/photos/glazes/page11/

Recipe Name: Turquoise 6 Color: Firing: Surface: Glossy Amount Ingredient 35 Feldspar--Custer 16 Silica 17 Zinc Oxide 12 Ball Clay--Old Mine 20 Wollastonite 100 Total Additives 3 Copper Carbonate 2 Rutile 1 Zircopax

Blue Hare or Floating Blue over texture, Blue | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Recipe Name: Floating Blue (Blue Hare)  Cone: 6 Color:  Firing: Oxidation Surface: Glossy  Amount Ingredient 47.3 Nepheline Syenite 27 Gerstley Borate--1999 subbed with Frit 169 20.3 Silica 5.4 Kaolin--EPK  100 Total  Additives 2 Bentonite 4 Rutile 2 Iron Oxide--Red 1 Cobalt Oxide  Unity Oxide .418 Na2O .112 K2O .006 MgO .464 CaO 1.000 Total  .702 Al2O3 .476 B2O3 .002 Fe2O3  4.553 SiO2 .001 TiO2 0 P2O5

Floating Blue (Blue Hare) Cone: 6 Color: Firing: Oxidation Surface: Glossy Amount Ingredient Nepheline Syenite 27 Gerstley subbed with Frit 169 Silica Kaolin--EPK 100 Total Additives 2 Bentonite 4 Rutile 2 Iron Oxide--Red 1 Cobalt Oxide

Cone: 6 Color:  Firing: oxidation Surface: glossy  Amount Ingredient 61 Cornwall Stone 8 Whiting 3 Gerstley Borate--1999 5.5 Lithium Carbonate 7 Dolomite 5.5 Silica  90 Total  Additives 10 Iron Oxide--Red

Recipe Name: V& Temoku Gold Cone: 6 Color: Firing: oxidation Surface: glossy Amount Ingredient 61 Cornwall Stone 8 Whiting 3 Gerstley Lithium Carbonate 7 Dolomite Silica 90 Total Additives 10 Iron Oxide--Red Unity Oxide MgO CaO Total .

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Chun glazes are lovely light blue high fire glazes that feature opalescence caused by micro bubbles that refract light. Interestingly, Chun glazes are very

Category: Glaze, Iron, Kaki, Tomato Red, Author: John Post, Notes: From John Post @ http://www.johnpost.us/ http://www.macomb.k12.mi.us/utica/burr/art/JohnPost-2014/main-pages/iron-reds.html The base for this glaze comes from the Currie grid test I ran of Pete's glaze. Number 13 on the grid was used. I ran a line blend from 0-20% with natural red iron oxide. In this line blend each glaze also had 2% light rutile added. The tile that had 10% red iron came out a nice pumpkin orange due to the…

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