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  1. I’m lost. I used Bermuda green mason stain in my porcelain clay body and it turned dark grey. I fired to cone 6. When I mixed it I used about half pound of stain to 7 pounds of a thick slip once wedged I get about 6 pounds of clay. I mix it with a mixer and then wedge it very well. I’ve never had issues before with any other colors. I used amaco clear glaze on top. I don’t believe it’s the glaze(maybe I’m wrong) because even sections I didn’t glaze are dark grey. Someone please shed some light on this and help me achieve the right color before I lose my mind
  2. I hope this is an appropriate posting as there is no commercial value .... At the request of former students I have created a color in clay page of facebook. I really dislike it when people add me to a group or page without my permission, so I thought I would invite all of you ... 'in person' ... sort of ... https://www.facebook.com/pages/COLOR-IN-CLAY/236288317932?ref=hl I hope this page will become a resource for all who work with color in earthen clays and slips as well as those who want to learn more. It will be a workspace/lounge where we can share information, provide critiques in a constructive manner so we all learn and hopefully widen the field of people involved. See you there
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