Would anybody be interested in sharing success / good experience with the commercial glazes?
I have a lot of them; mostly Coyote, Potters Choice, Amaco, Laguna.
It takes a lot of experimental firings to find out when they look the best.
I do realize that it also depends on the type of the clay we use, the firing schedule, etc., but there are definitely some things we could share with each other so we would not "discover America" with every new glaze we use.
As an example and as the first person to share: This is Coyote Butterscotch Shino MBG086 ^6
It looks the best on a rough surface. You can see the difference: inside the surface was smooth, but outside I used some slip to create a texture.
The dark brown strip is just a thin layer of a Potters Choice glaze. Slow firing to ^6.
ClayppleMember Since 15 Dec 2012
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