I visit the forum quite often to browse through the topics for information, but I don't post a lot.
But now I've hit a problem and i could really be helped by your advise.
I'm new to ceramics, just stared about 1,5 years ago and I'm learning in the process.
Absolutely loving the material en I do sell some of my work at local fairs.
Now I'm making a new collection and I'd like to use white matt glaze on the inside of the plates/mugs and a matt colour on the outside.
So, I've made a test batch and pulled it out of the oven. there is a lot of tension difference in the glazes and some of the plates/mugs have cracked. a cups clearly shows the inside glaze pulls a lot on the bisc. some of the coloured glaze even 'jumps off' the bisc.
Is there any way to make this work? The simple solution obviously would be to only glaze in one colour, but i do like the colours and would like to work with two tones/colours of glaze.
These are some pictures of the test batch: