"5 Tips for Working With Metallic Overglaze" written by Lora Olivieri of Piece of Mind Pottery (http://www.pieceofmindpottery.com/) is our second blog post of the week! Check it out here: http://www.bigceramicstore.com/blog/5-tips-for-working-with-metallic-overglaze/ If you’re interested in posting on our blog, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
creative creek artisans- click on "glazes", then on "cone 6 crystalline" for everything you need to know about cone6 crystalline, prep, recipes, firing manually and with a program, etc. etc. You have to download their PDF to get the gorgeous pics.
Blue Glaze Cone 6 Electric Potash Feldspar 53, Whiting 6.5, BaCo3 13, Quartz 18.5, China Clay 4.5, Ball Clay 4.5 Sky blue glaze stain 0.5% 1265C in electric kiln I used H.V.A.R .Ball clay and 1% iron oxidise.
Seaweed is a fluid, deep green glaze that layers beautifully with a variety of Potter's Choice glazes. This glaze breaks brownish over texture and becomes more fluid with thickness. Pay attention to application thickness so the glaze does not flow onto kiln shelves during firing. Due to the powdered nature of the materials involved with the dry-mix dipping buckets of this product, their respective health information and labels differ from the brushing glazes.