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About GiselleNo5

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    Los Osos, California

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  1. I TOOK THE LEAP. My poppies are now proper California Poppy orange. I just had my open studio and I was absolutely terrified that changing over from peach to orange would keep them from selling. On the contrary, I sold more than I have ever sold before! I'm delighted because the orange California Poppies are my favorite.
  2. Oy. Has it really been six months since I've been on here??? 

  3. Last year the changes were so new that no good articles were out about them yet. All the information I found was based on the old system. But this reminded me that it's been around awhile and so I just found two good ones. https://later.com/blog/how-instagram-algorithm-works/ https://sproutsocial.com/insights/instagram-algorithm/
  4. Last year before they introduced the algorithm I was selling out of shop updates within two hours. Now less than 2,000 of my 13,000 followers see my posts. So I am the wrong person to ask. LOL Whatever rules were working for me up until last June have totally changed and they're not really sharing what they are.
  5. I used to be able to upload multiple ones. Now it will only let me upload one at a time. If it's not just me, does anybody know why? I'm using Chrome on PC.
  6. The other issue I'm having is that the glaze is literally powdering off anywhere you touch it. It is not clinging properly to the bisque. So I kind of feel that the addition of at least a small amount of brushing gum would actually solve that problem. I'm to the point where I'm having to hairspray the pieces just so they don't contaminate everything else I'm firing in that load. I have tried some other black glazes but I haven't liked any of them. The Obsidian is a really nice glaze, it does not move at all, fires reliably, has a beautiful smooth gloss to it when fired, and layers well with the PC glazes. I would really like to find a way to make it work without having to be brushed.
  7. Huge changes to the site, major updates, and still you can only upload one image at a time to albums. Still uploading a photo to your profile picture or to a thread is impossible, you must use a photo you already uploaded to an album. One by one. I have gotten to the point that I share very little on here because it's such a hassle. When will those features be updated? Is it considered to be unimportant?
  8. I am deeply regretting that I went ahead and ordered a 10 pound 2 gallon bucket of this glaze ignoring the fact that they told me this would be an issue. *facepalm* Always with the glazes, I think I can ignore everybody else's results and do my own thing. And does it go well for me? No. No, it never does.
  9. I have two pots that I glazed at the same time. One dipped in the black, the other brushed with it. I layered the other glazes over the black exactly the same thickness, and the dipped one crawled and the brushed one didn't. -.- I have been thinking of getting John Britt's Cone 5/6 glaze book and starting to dip my toes into the scary world of mixing my own glazes. Kinda scary at least to me since all I've ever worked with is commercial. One of the issues I've had is that I have such small chunks of time in the studio that I don't want to take up hours upon hours of that precious time with mixing and testing glazes. I've seen it take years for other people and I guess that's what I'm picturing. I don't want to take years! I want to make work now.
  10. I don't use enough of each of them to make that worthwhile. One of them, I've had a pint for a whole year and it's got about half still in it.
  11. I like the idea of trying hairspray too. I have tiny test pieces I can play with these ideas. Does anybody know know if I can just add brushing gum to everything and dip anyway? Maybe just thin it more?? So they'll be more compatible.
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