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  1. Hi there, I am making plates for my sisters wedding present. I am using Velvet Amaco Lead Free Underglazes and it says 'fire to mature cone 05-04. I have put it on fired stoneware clay and would like the colour to be as bright as possible. I am using a Nabethern Kiln and was wondering what cone 05-04 meant in terms of degrees celcius per time period ie. it would be great to know the firing ramp schedule as I am not confident in cones. If anyone could help I would really appreciate it, Thank you!
  2. From the album: Texture

    This bowl was a bit of a surprise. The interior is suposed to be chartreuse! Luckly the steel blue color is beautiful! Black Mountain Clay with 3 coats of white Amaco Velvet Undeglaze, followed by 3 coats of chartreuse Amaco Velvet Underglaze before bisque firing. Then 3 coats of Amaco's zinc free clear fired to ^10. I also antiqued the outside with a cobalt oxide wash (which turns blue-black on the black mountain clay) to accent the texture. The texture was carved into thick walls while the clay was leather hard.

    © Aug 2014

  3. From the album: Texture

    This bowl was a bit of a surprise. The interior is suposed to be chartreuse! Luckly the steel blue color is beautiful! Black Mountain Clay with 3 coats of white Amaco Velvet Undeglaze, followed by 3 coats of chartreuse Amaco Velvet Underglaze before bisque firing. Then 3 coats of Amaco's zinc free clear fired to ^10. I also antiqued the outside with a cobalt oxide wash (which turns blue-black on the black mountain clay) to accent the texture. The texture was carved into thick walls on the wheel while the clay was leather hard.

    © Aug 2014

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