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Posted December 29, 2016
looks very good.
It is scary how thick the glaze must be to get this effect.
The oil spot 1 was sprayed on. Oil spot 2 was poured on - which was a first for me - never poured glaze onto a piece. Did 3 separate pours. Will cut it back to 2.
I like it a lot, wonderful form.
Posted January 2, 2017
fantastic, both glazes scarily thick?
Yes. My test tile was dipped, 2 seconds for each glaze with SG 165-170, and it came out like this piece. Spraying has been a challenge. Each time the OS2 was sprayed too thin. Spray and wait till dry 3 times for the base, Oil spot 1. Then poured the Oil Spot 2.
This is very informative and worth trying Frank Vickery's way (there is a .pdf attachment about midways on this page) ---> http://cone6pots.ning.com/forum/topics/6-oil-spot-mfa-thesis
Posted April 18, 2017
Just read your comments about thickness. Those iron black bases need to be super thick to get the above oilspot effect. I tried it with Pierre's Tenmoku and its absurd how thick that glaze has to be to look good. Otherwise. BROWN.
Glad to see you got it going on. Looks great.
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