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How To Paint Over The Fired Glaze


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#1 Natas Setiabudhi

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Posted 03 January 2014 - 04:47 AM

Hi everyone

Happy new year! nice to see you again.

I curious about how to paint over the fired glaze. Are there any tricks to make satisfied results?

Especially for painting the vessel (vertical surface).

Thank you for your replying.. 


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#2 Marcia Selsor

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Posted 03 January 2014 - 10:00 AM

I am understanding this to mean a fired process.


Usually the medium is overglazes at a lower temperature.
Lusters are also applied at a lower temperature like cone O22-018.
These must be applied on a clean surfacein a well ventilated area. usually they have a high lacquer content and inhaling the fumes is bad.
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#3 Evelyne Schoenmann

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Posted 03 January 2014 - 10:26 AM

Just wanted to add the possibility of vitrious enamel over glaze. Firing to bisque temperature again after having applied the enamel!


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#4 Natas Setiabudhi

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Posted 04 January 2014 - 03:18 AM

Thank you Marcia, Evelyne for replying..

I heard In Japanese tradition they use old tea water mix with color. 

I don't know the application, are they for underglaze or fired glaze. 

 

Also they have skill to make sharpen line in their vessel (geometric pattern)

Is it the kind of brush or they add something to the color?


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