I recently stumbled upon this British artist whom I now really like, Lisa Hammond. She has this one small teacup in specific that I have near fallen in love with. Though, I don't quite know what she did with the surface of it, the glaze. I want to say it's a Shino, but it looks too thick to be a Shino to me. It almost looks more like an actual slip simply because of how thick it looks to be. She fires in a soda kiln. If it is a Shino, does anyone have a good recipe for a Cone 10 crawling Shino like this? My Shinos are pretty stagnant and the closest they get to crawling is a little bit of spotting. One that can get very white would be nice for Cone 10 gas reduction. Here is a picture for reference.