laughlin Posted July 13, 2022 Report Share Posted July 13, 2022 Hi all! Question: I want to glaze just the inside of a large vase I've coiled and leave the outside mostly raw, with just some delicate marks outside. I seem to have heard that that can cause cracks or other problems but have been unable to find anything definitive on it. What say you all? Is some sot of uneven shrinkage a real issue if I do that? Also - This one is Sheffield 4DB3 clay (red brown) and I've also gotten some Brown Bear, both ^6, with an eye to showing a lot of bare clay on organic, coiled forms. I've worked mostly with porcelain (thin) and understand it, so dark clay is a new ballgame. Like, i'm probably drying it 3x as slowly as I need to, lol. And making a lot of new test tiles to check out the on the new glaze variables. There's tons of info on beautiful BB's quirks online but nada about the 4DB3 beyond the shop blurb - has anyone in here played with it? Thank you! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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