I'm trying to make some mugs that have 1/8" thick slab attached to it that has a stamped design on it. What I'm trying to do is put wax resist on the stamped piece so the glaze doesn't stick to it. And then dip the mug in glaze. I was expecting the glaze to not adhere to the stamping, but it totall covered it. I tried blowing the glaze off, but that did not work.
Looking for a way to do this. Maybe my wax resist is not good. I bought it from Clay Art Center in Seattle, I'm assuming it's their house brand.
I don't get a chance to participate in the forums very often. But, my brother in law wants some coffee mugs with his company logo on them. I remember at one time on the forum that someone gave the process of making decals and the procedure to put them on pottery. Do anyone remember that and if they do point me in the right direction.