Coyote Crawl Glaze over Red Iron Oxide?
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I would use a slip or thin engobe before bisque firing.
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Whistling Fish Pottery
Posted 13 June 2013 - 05:39 PM
I talked it over with my teacher and ended up going with RIO brushed on and wiped off randomly and the 2 coats of Coyotes Cactus Crawl glaze. My teacher was really happy with how it turned out. I really like it too just missed a couple spots with the RIO underneath the handles so its not perfect but I guess I can live with it. The crawl glaze cracked and fragmented really nicely. It's better in person than in the photo since you can't see the RIO peeking through so much more. I like how the RIO almost looks like ancient bronze in spots, might have to play with that affect some more and see if I can get it to do it even more so. Oh and yes it's supposed to look old and cruddy like something dug up from the ruins of an ancient city. I didn't want anything shiny and bright which was the major issue I had in coming up with a finish for the surface.
The piece is actually 2 separate pieces as well as 2 different techniques were used. That was the assignment to make something in 2 parts that make a whole item using 2 different techniques. I used coil building for the vase and slab rolling for the base and the base and vase are separate. I also used 2 glazes or glazing techniques, not sure how to phrase that, by using the RiO brushed then rubbed off and the crawl glaze over the top of it.
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