Hi everyone -- hoping I can get some advice from you all.
I've got a tall (~20in), narrow form that I threw from grogged B-mix. It has been bisqued, and I've been wracking my brain about how I want to glaze it.
I really like the idea of doing an ombre effect on it, starting with white at one end and going to a dark, rich cobalt blue.
Something like this.
The link above says it's done with a cobalt oxide, which is easy enough to get my hands on.
But I'm definitely not a painter. Does anyone have any tips or tricks for getting this kind of gradient? I'm guessing just progressively watered down concentrations of the oxide, but I feel like that will get tricky in the super-faint almost-white areas.
I have things to practice on, so no worries there.
Thanks in advance!