I made a pot a while back in ^6 stoneware (ES5), it had a landscape picture on the outside that I'd made with both painted and sprayed underglaze.
I was in a hurry to get it finished before an event but didn't have anything that needed glaze firing.
It went into the next bisque fire with a clear earthen-ware glaze (good at 1050°C) on the inside and the outside left unglazed.
It's on my table now cos the wife likes the picture, it still pings every now and again, but the first three weeks were like sitting next to an orchestra as the glaze crazed.
The glaze has to fit the clay - another lesson in not rushing, how many do I need?
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