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  1. I'm thinking about trying something odd... I've been playing with underglaze (not the traditional, but Duncan Concepts) which has a lovely sheen. I have put it on greenware, bisque fired it, then dipped in overglaze and wiped/scratched the overglaze away from the underglaze design. I've not been fully pleased with the results (but have been super excited by the potential, espeically with bright colors under a dark overlgaze. I've been toying with the idea of masking off the area I want to underglaze, then dipping and firing to cone 6, painting the underglaze on the unglazed area (hoping for more precision and control) and firing just to .06. My hope is that the overglaze won't get super melty (or suffer any other bad changes) and that I'll have crisper lines... I will be firing some test tiles, but was curious as to if anyone has ever done this and how it worked? Thanks in advance
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