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  1. This is all very helpful, thank you! Marian-when they refer to them as "liner glazes" what exactly does that mean? That they are intended to be thick, like for the interior of bowls that might get a lot of wear and tear? Which of Coyote's blacks & whites do you like?There are multiple types- for instance, with black they offer Black, licorice, charcoal satin, espresso Bean & sorcerer's stone. I actually like how the manganese in the #112 shows through most glazes a little because I love the speckle. I'm assuming I'll be able to pour on a smaller scale- like if I just wa
  2. Hi there, Like many artists, I am currently transitioning from making pottery in a community studio to working at home which is a big adjustment with an even bigger learning curve! I'll be setting up my very first kiln in the coming weeks and now need to figure out (for the first time) what the best commercial glazes out there are for the clay I'm using. For now I am using Standard #112 clay, and I will also eventually be working with their #551 Porcelain (both cone 6). I will be firing in a Skutt Km818 electric kiln. I have two big questions. First, does anyone have any tips
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