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Lucy GReen

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  1. Oh sorry, I'm just doing a degree in ceramics and trying to learn as much as I can about glaze because it interests me. Ive tried to find information on crater glazes online but the information is conflicting and obviously universitys aren't open so I can't learn through testing
  2. Yes! Sorry, I don't have much experience with them
  3. Oh sorry, I'm just doing a degree in ceramics and trying to learn as much as I can about glaze because it interests me. Ive tried to find information on crater glazes online but the information is conflicting and obviously universitys aren't open so I can't learn through testing
  4. Hi! I'm looking for 3 diffrent basic crater glaze recipes and their firing schedules. I've tried looking online but they often don't have an accompanying firing schedule or firing temperature and since I've never worked with crater glazes before I have no clue what temperature to fire to or how fast I should be firing. Something really foamy and bubbly! Many thanks!!
  5. I'd never thought of sintering glaze! Thank you so much
  6. Hi! Thanks for the reply. So I contacted the seller and she said it was a glaze with small bits of glass in. I really want to create this affect myself using a transparent glaze with added elements rather than buying a glaze as the ones I've seen aren't the affect I want to achieve... Even if I went for an earthenware it's still far too high for glass. However I really want to get this affect on white stoneware and I've been researching for ages but I've got no answers. I don't want the affects of a crystalline glaze. Is there any way of adding glass that would affective? Many thanks
  7. Hi, So I really want to create an effect like the one below using glass frit as this is what is used within in glaze in the image. However I can't work out how it works technically as glass obviously melts around 800-900 but I will want to fire to stoneware at 1260ish... Surely the frit will melt down the side rather than just bloom? Or does the glaze suspend it? Many thanks
  8. Does anyone have anyyy idea how I'd make such a beautiful glaze. I'm in love with it and I've been searching for hours but adding frit to a glaze/ crystalline glazes don't have quite the same appearance and I'm pretty sure it isn't just a splatter glaze. Thanks to anyone that can help!
  9. Thank you so much for your reply! I also use manganese and chromium to colour my Egyptian paste as well as copper. Would either of them be a better option as appose to the copper do you think?
  10. Hi, I'm a ceramic degree student and I'm currently working with Egyptian paste which is a form of self-glazing clay body. My question is; I really want to make it foamy and cratourous like a volcanic glaze but I'm unsure what ingredients specifically cause this reaction to happen. Does anyone know? Many thanks!!!
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