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  1. Hi Lynny, I am wondering if the decal you had made were applied on glazed or unglazed ceramics. From reading your subsequent posted comments it feels like you are working with glazed pieces. I am just wondering, because my pieces are unglazed, and am not sure it the process would be the same for unglazed works. Thank you.
  2. Hi Jessica, Thank you for the helpful tips. I think this is getting close to what I am looking for. I will look at the link and see if I can find some help. I know I can transfer text directly onto the ceramics without having to use undergalzes; but I will most definitively try your technique.
  3. Thank you for your help. Unfortunately the text is going to be relatively small and is not something I can stencil or paint. I know there is some way I can actually transfer text from a copy onto ceramics but I do not quite know how. The text needs to be sharp and I need to print over 350 unique words on small and round surfaces.
  4. Thank you for your reply. I am working on a one of a kind work. the surface on which I need to apply the text is round and uneven and the text is rather small. I need to print over 350 unique words on each one of 350 corresponding pieces and the text needs to be sharp and readable.
  5. I could use some help in solving a puzzle. I need to print/transfer black text onto low fire ceramic pieces that are not going to be glazed. I can find plenty of information on how to do polymer photo transfer but my work is not glazed and is low fire. If anybody has any suggestion as to where I can find reliable information, or even better...has the solution to my problem, I will be eternally grateful to you. Thank you for any help.
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