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    AlexDaCat reacted to Magnolia Mud Research in VIVID BLUE UNDERGLAZE   
    You should try adding a white underglaze to the blue underglazes to dilute the blue.,  keeping in mind, that a little bit of blue in the white might be the way to go, or exactly the opposite, a little bit of white in the blue.  
    LT
     
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    AlexDaCat got a reaction from Rae Reich in VIVID BLUE UNDERGLAZE   
    Well the technician in my ceramics class added some pigment powder to the glaze and the result after firing was zero  I’ll be sticking to using underglaze paint as I’ve bought two colours Arctic Blue and cobalt blue that have given me good results in testing. I also have tried the deep blue adding white and white adding blue. Will find out tomorrow the results. 
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    AlexDaCat got a reaction from Sheryl Leigh in VIVID BLUE UNDERGLAZE   
    I have included more info on this bird known as the Blue Wren here in Australua  
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    AlexDaCat got a reaction from LeeU in VIVID BLUE UNDERGLAZE   
    This photo is of an Adult male Superb Fairy-wren which are among the most brightly coloured of the species, especially during the breeding season. They are commonly known as The Blue Wren.
    The males are often accompanied by a band of brown ‘jenny wrens’, often assumed to be a harem of females but a proportion of them are males which have not yet attained their breeding plumage. 
    I am from Australia
     

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    AlexDaCat got a reaction from Hulk in VIVID BLUE UNDERGLAZE   
    I have included more info on this bird known as the Blue Wren here in Australua  
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    AlexDaCat got a reaction from Rae Reich in VIVID BLUE UNDERGLAZE   
    Apologies... The latest picture is of a painting and not photo of the Blue Wren and Jenny Wren
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    AlexDaCat got a reaction from Rae Reich in VIVID BLUE UNDERGLAZE   
    This photo is of an Adult male Superb Fairy-wren which are among the most brightly coloured of the species, especially during the breeding season. They are commonly known as The Blue Wren.
    The males are often accompanied by a band of brown ‘jenny wrens’, often assumed to be a harem of females but a proportion of them are males which have not yet attained their breeding plumage. 
    I am from Australia
     

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    AlexDaCat got a reaction from Hulk in VIVID BLUE UNDERGLAZE   
    This photo is of an Adult male Superb Fairy-wren which are among the most brightly coloured of the species, especially during the breeding season. They are commonly known as The Blue Wren.
    The males are often accompanied by a band of brown ‘jenny wrens’, often assumed to be a harem of females but a proportion of them are males which have not yet attained their breeding plumage. 
    I am from Australia
     

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