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  1. HELP ..... ... Trying to get back to ceramics .I’ve just finished mixing a small quantity batch of stains and underglazes with slip ( same clay bodies nothing else ) I’ve used 60 % slip to the ratio of about 10% stain to both stain and underglazes But have found that the underglaze slips are much thinner than the stain slips .Consistencies are different .Most stains seems to be thicker than underglazes Aside from black and purple which are def thinner . How to rectify ......???? Do I add more slip or stain to thicken ??? Or is it more complicated than I imagine . ? Bare in mind I am not
  2. If someone could please help me by simplifying the differences for me between “ slip , engobes and underglazes “ I use both porcelain and stoneware . And fire in an electric kiln 1) Slip is used mixing same clay body with stain and water . And applied to leatherhard only . (what other are ingredients could be used in stains for different surface effects ?) 2) Engobes are used only on leatherhard (?) 3)Underglazes can be used both on leatherhard and bisque (?) . Thank you so much Nicky
  3. Dear all, I am fairly new to ceramics and have revived my interest due to forced staying at home here in the Netherlands. It's provided a means for me to stay positive in the midst of such much somberness. I've been working with a deep black firing cone 6 stoneware and want to do some bright and colorful underglaze decorations without a clear cover glaze (as I like the mattness of the unglazed surface). I've noticed how direct application of Amaco velvet underglazes (even 3 thick coats) on this clay results in muted colors as the black clay bleeds through to some extent. I happen to
  4. From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 dark clay functional pottery in an autumn leaf design. Sgraffito through underglazes. Platter, vase, mug, and jar.
  5. From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 dark and white stoneware functional pottery. Underglazes and sgraffito. Platter, jar, corked bottle and mug.
  6. From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 functional pottery. Underglazes with black underglaze overall design. Platter, teapot, and mug.
  7. From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 dark clay, functional pottery. Sgraffito through underglazes. Platter, teapot and bottle.
  8. From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 dark clay pottery vases and bottles. Sgraffito through underglazes.
  9. From the album: Displays

    Arrangement of ^6 dark stoneware functional pottery. Sgraffito through underglazes. Platter and corked bottles.
  10. From the album: Mugs, mugs and more mugs!!

    Autumn Leaf Mugs, dark stoneware ^6, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents, autumn leaf design, pulled handles, colorful.
  11. From the album: Mugs, mugs and more mugs!!

    Autumn Leaf Mugs, white ^6 stoneware, underglazes with a wax resist and blackline leaf design, dotted accents, footed, pulled handles.
  12. From the album: Mugs, mugs and more mugs!!

    Mugs, ^6 dark stoneware, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents, footed.
  13. From the album: Mugs, mugs and more mugs!!

    Tumblers (handle-less mugs), ^6 dark stoneware, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents, thrown foot.
  14. From the album: New ^6 Work 2015 (2)

    Wheel thrown dark stoneware mugs, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents, Blue opaque gloss glaze inside, clear glaze outside. 14 oz capacity.
  15. From the album: New ^6 Work 2015 (2)

    Wheel thrown dark stoneware casserole, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents. Opaque light green gloss glaze inside, clear glaze outside. 8 cup capacity.
  16. From the album: New ^6 Work 2015 (2)

    Wheel thrown white stoneware platter, underglazes with black underglaze outline, dotted accents. Clear glaze. 12" diameter.
  17. From the album: New ^6 Work 2015 (2)

    Wheel thrown and constructed dark stoneware teapot, sgraffito through underglazes, dotted accents. Blue opaque gloss glaze inside and clear glaze outside. 7 cup capacity.
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