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cstovin

Member Since 17 Aug 2012
Offline Last Active May 24 2016 09:02 PM
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In Topic: Different Firing Rate/speed When Firing Pottery Vs. Ceramics?

24 May 2016 - 09:07 PM

Thank you all, maybe I need to refine what I am asking; we were talking about for example the next fiiring (glaze firing) when doing "ceramics".  The thought being in ceramics, still making greenware, firing to cone 04 then glaze fire.  The statement that was made was that a "glaze fire" for "ceramics" as I eluded to takes less time than "pottery" glaze firing.

 

Thank you for the input; I never really saw a different between making/mold pouring and associated process vs. Clay/Pottery hand building and now wheel works....

Input helps a lot!

C.


In Topic: Newbie Needs Help With Glaze Cone 6 - Can It Really Be This Hard?

20 May 2016 - 09:05 PM

Thank you all; I didn't necessarily mean a three ingredient glaze would be "easy", but easier in terms of only three ingredients to potentially trouble shoot, and much less to spend at first :)

 

I liked the comment about cheating lol

 

Thank you for suggesting it go on heavier, I thought the second time around two coats would be good; and I did mix it with a little less water but will try it again 

C.