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  1. Any one used the above glaze. It has an addition of 10 rutile in it which seems a lot. Custer Feld 43 Gerstley bor 18 Kaolin 5 Whiting 2 Dolomite. 6 Silica. 18 Zinc oxide. 8 + Rutile 10
  2. Hello: During my recent glaze firing I had an experience that I've never seen before in that my glaze looks like it's separated from my work. However, it seems to be a little more complicated in that the glaze is all over my shelves (Ugh. I know). I've attached a picture of a piece from this firing so you can see what I mean. Some piece are worse than others. The glaze that was used is this: https://www.amaco.com/products/glaze-pc-20-blue-rutile The Clay in use is this: http://www.lagunaclay.com/clays/western/wc379.php The ware was fully bisque fired prior to the glaze firing, and the glaze firing went to cone 6. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!!
  3. SydneyGee

    Moonlight Mug

    From the album: Ceramics Fall 2016

    Moonlight glaze with cobalt splatter ^6 ox on bone white clay.This was one of the first mugs I made this semester. I have gotten some great feed-back regarding smoothing the lip, foot, and handle. This was an experiment that did not produce the results I was looking for, I had splattered cobalt stain on top of the moonlight (that I later found out had cobalt in it) and the resulting texture is very subtle. I probably will not stick with this glaze, it looked better on the test tile... :rolls eyes:
  4. From the album: newer work

    These three porcelain mise en place bowls are glazed with a clear deep blue and oversprayed with an active rutile glaze. I like these because they remind me a little of salt-glazed work.
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