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    dhPotter got a reaction from LeeU in Fine_Dining_1.jpg   
    The 12 piece dinnerware collection.
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    dhPotter got a reaction from glazenerd in IMG_3886.JPG   
    The customer wanted a very plain plate. Customer also wanted a tan with little to no rust breaking. It took well over 100 test tiles to develop. Then numerous plate firings to get the glaze application thickness just right.
    This glaze was developed by mixing a clear at 60% and a matte at 40%. The color was developed by adding 2% rutile, 2% tin oxide and 1.6% RIO.
    The glaze has some visual movement. This glaze is food safe with no cutlery marking. Cutlery dragged across the glaze has little to no sound. The glaze does not  physically move when fired - stays where you put it.
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    dhPotter got a reaction from Babs in Fine_Dining_1.jpg   
    The 12 piece dinnerware collection.
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    dhPotter got a reaction from Hulk in IMG_3886.JPG   
    The customer wanted a very plain plate. Customer also wanted a tan with little to no rust breaking. It took well over 100 test tiles to develop. Then numerous plate firings to get the glaze application thickness just right.
    This glaze was developed by mixing a clear at 60% and a matte at 40%. The color was developed by adding 2% rutile, 2% tin oxide and 1.6% RIO.
    The glaze has some visual movement. This glaze is food safe with no cutlery marking. Cutlery dragged across the glaze has little to no sound. The glaze does not  physically move when fired - stays where you put it.
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    dhPotter got a reaction from oldlady in Fine_Dining_1.jpg   
    The 12 piece dinnerware collection.
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    dhPotter reacted to Hulk in IMG_2651.jpg   
    It's all about the curve!
    I'd been ribbing the outside, smoothing the rim, then shaping from the inside. Now I'm ribbing the outside, smoothing the rim, shaping from the inside - a bit past the curve at the bottom and into recurve at the top, then re-shaping with the rib from the outside - back into the curve, and finally, touching up the rim.
    ...might have it down in a few years...
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    dhPotter reacted to Roberta12 in IMG_2651.jpg   
    Love that color!!!  Nice shape as well!!
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    dhPotter reacted to glazenerd in IMG_2651.jpg   
    Nice!
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    dhPotter reacted to Roberta12 in wine_set.JPG   
    Beautiful glazing!!!!  Great forms!
     
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    dhPotter reacted to Pres in wine_set.JPG   
    Nice goblet/chalice forms! Nice flush of turquoise color.
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    dhPotter got a reaction from Uliana in Another Horsehair Raku Trio 1 sm.jpg   
    Beautiful work JohnnyK. 
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    dhPotter got a reaction from LeeU in LRM_EXPORT_691082760181790_20191001_001650847.jpeg   
    Very good glaze layering application. Love the glaze combos you have come up with.
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    dhPotter got a reaction from liambesaw in LRM_EXPORT_691082760181790_20191001_001650847.jpeg   
    Very good glaze layering application. Love the glaze combos you have come up with.
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    dhPotter got a reaction from 1515art in 43EF36FE-1A50-4575-848F-DBAD197C1406.jpeg   
    Stunning! Love all the detail
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    dhPotter got a reaction from JaneyD in PSF_Wineset.JPG   
    Hey JohnnyK, Around the rim, where the glaze is lighter, is Strontium Crystal Magic Cool sprayed on. Then Pete's Seafoam is sprayed over the whole piece. The SCMC makes Pete's Seafoam go turquoise. Depending on thickness of Pete's Seafoam, on non-SCMC areas, will result in the varied amount of splotches. The army green color is where Pete's Seafoam is thinner. 
    Thank you
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    dhPotter reacted to Joseph Fireborn in PSF_Wineset.JPG   
    nice spray work. really can tell the time you put into learning the spray gun and glaze methods.
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    dhPotter reacted to oldlady in PSF_Wineset.JPG   
    gorgeous!
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    dhPotter got a reaction from LeeU in PSF_Wineset.JPG   
    Hey JohnnyK, Around the rim, where the glaze is lighter, is Strontium Crystal Magic Cool sprayed on. Then Pete's Seafoam is sprayed over the whole piece. The SCMC makes Pete's Seafoam go turquoise. Depending on thickness of Pete's Seafoam, on non-SCMC areas, will result in the varied amount of splotches. The army green color is where Pete's Seafoam is thinner. 
    Thank you
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    dhPotter got a reaction from 1515art in BAB51579-F412-4516-9E21-176D25E64E1F.jpeg   
    Nice save for this salvaged pot! Do see a little warpage or is that camera angle? Oatmeal glaze?
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    dhPotter got a reaction from 1515art in 3DB40EE5-ED87-4F82-9FA2-A260D97E4BBD.jpeg   
    Love the pastel colors. Looks like some crystal growth also.
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    dhPotter got a reaction from oldlady in b_wb_shca.JPG   
    SH copper Ash on the lip, SCMW spots on the texture, Waterfall Brown then Butterscotch.
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