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  1. I found this picture on the Amaco website and can't figure how to get this look. It doesn't necessarily like drips. Perhaps the glaze is poured along the lip while the bowl is turning on a wheel? I don't think it would work to turn the bowl upside down and dip... that would create an air bubble. It looks like the white glaze is poured in first with the other colors following along the edge...? I see that the rim must be waxed to show the clay, but it's the inside design I'm trying to recreate. Any words of advice would help, thanks!!
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