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Brian Reed

My first firing at my new studio

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Denice    243

Brian great video and a tightly stacked kiln, it probably took you hours. I think your firing turned out fantastic, every firing has it bleebs and cold and hot spot, well done. Denice

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Marge    0

Thanks for posting this great video. I actually learned alot by seeing how you packed your kiln and placement of witness cones. Thanks!!!

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Peter    0

Congrats on the new studio along with that exciting first firing. And thanks for taking the time to make this great video....

 

Peter

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I know you mentioned it - but I actually was VERY into your green! I am working on a pineapple jar and have had bad luck finding a good green color for it.

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Brian Reed    23

That glaze is super easy. I used a standard 4321 base and added .15% chrome oxide.

 

Custer Feldspar 40%

 

Silica 30%

 

Calcium Carb 20$

 

EPK 10%

 

Chrome Oxide .15%

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