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  1. Hi all. Newbie here! I would like to try overglazing with lustres- I have no experience or knowledge in this and cant find much on google. Has anyone here got experience in this style of glazing?
  2. Hi everybody! I'm new here in this board. So let me just introduce myself before I come up with my questions. In the moment I study ceramics/art in the last year. I'm from germany - I hope you will understand my English and I will find out the special ceramicwords ... I've just been starting my first tries on onglaze... we have some modern onglaze colors and some old ones in our studio - and also a water soluble medium for painting. I found many books one porcelainpainting with traditionell oil technique but no book wich describes the painting with the water soluble medium. Does anyone of you have experience with it or does know a book about it? Or would you say - professionell onglazepainting is only possible with the traditional technique? I have nothing against oil, its just - the medium is there, an the oil not - and - my local onglaze seller says that this modern onglaze color did work better with the water soluble medium. (he also sells the oil, so that is not the point ) Hope that someone can help me and I would be very glad about a book tip!
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