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  1. Thank you both for your responses they are very helpful. One thing that I am still struggling with is how to know what glazes to layer in this way, particularly in the brown and white example the brown is very drippy/runny. What I don't understand is how to get this effect without the top glaze having actual surface drips/runs in it that you can feel on the surface of the pot (like paint runs), in this example it has the runs but the surface texture of the pot looks flat so the glazes ran together but then cooled to a level surface. Are there any material properties I should be looking fo
  2. I'm just starting to look at experimenting with glazes and try mixing my own rather than using store bought as I have done previously. I've spent a lot of time reading the basic theory, been through John Britts online glaze course and also his midfire glazes book. Whilst I have plenty to get on experimenting with I have seen some ceramics online where I don't even know how to start to get similar glaze effects. I've attached a couple of examples of the styles that interested me. My initial thoughts in both cases were multiple glazes layered, the white/brown example has a look like some br
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