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clayart - vitreous engobe recipes

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Ceramic Arts Daily – Egyptian Paste: Building Sculpturally with Color.  See comments for a link on how to make Egyptian Paste

Ceramic Arts Daily – Egyptian Paste: Building Sculpturally with Color. See comments for a link on how to make Egyptian Paste

Though it might sound like a fancy coffee drink, mocha diffusion is a little-known technique of ceramic surface decoration developed and used in the southwest of England. Through a reaction between acid and alkali, intricate veined patterns reminiscent of trees or ferns are created in this process.   A while back, we posted an excerpt... Read More »

Though it might sound like a fancy coffee drink, mocha diffusion is a little-known technique of ceramic surface decoration developed and used in the southwest of England. Through a reaction between acid and alkali, intricate veined patterns reminiscent of trees or ferns are created in this process. A while back, we posted an excerpt... Read More »

Glazeitorium: Cone 10 Haze 1-2  G200 43.6  Flint 18.64  Laguna borate 6.0  Whiting 7.72  Zinc oxide 3.67  EPK 2.35  Dolomite 5.56     Bentonite 1.87  Tin oxide 2.83  Titanium Dioxide 3  Copper carb 2

Glazeitorium: Cone 10 Haze 1-2 G200 43.6 Flint 18.64 Laguna borate 6.0 Whiting 7.72 Zinc oxide 3.67 EPK 2.35 Dolomite 5.56 Bentonite 1.87 Tin oxide 2.83 Titanium Dioxide 3 Copper carb 2

I use Pete's Forgiving White Slip and it's awesome. I haven't tried the others, but the "Frosting" Majolica sounds delicious.

I use Pete's Forgiving White Slip and it's awesome. I haven't tried the others, but the "Frosting" Majolica sounds delicious.

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Getting glazes to come out the same from batch to batch is a lot easier if you are sure the glaze is mixed to the same consistency each time. Many potters just eyeball it (you know, “mix to the consistency of skim milk”), but to get scientific, you need to measure the specific gravity with... Read More »

Getting glazes to come out the same from batch to batch is a lot easier if you are sure the glaze is mixed to the same consistency each time. Many potters just eyeball it (you know, “mix to the consistency of skim milk”), but to get scientific, you need to measure the specific gravity with... Read More »