Picture is my first attempt using underglazes. Granddaughter is a freshman at Vanderbilt, and I wanted to make her and her roommate something for Christmas. Used B-Mix 6 already bisqued with Amaco underglazes. Put 4 coats on then sprayed clear over it. I was pleased with the way they came out, no smearing and the underglaze is bright. Really surprised me since my hands shake and doing fine work is total concentration to paint a straight line. P1000817.JPG 87.04KB 5 downloads
First Time With Underglaze
Posted 11 December 2013 - 01:03 PM
They look great! Underglazes are super simple, as you have now experienced.
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Posted 18 December 2013 - 01:41 AM
we have under glaze markers for those straight lines..... haha
Posted 18 December 2013 - 06:25 AM
When I first started playing with underglazes, they really faded! I switched to the neons because I am firing mugs to cone 5, and they stay nice and bright like your yellow. Did you use neon underglaze?
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