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Hello everyone, I'm currently working in a studio that specializes in high fire ceramics, and I'm on the lookout for any tips or techniques for applying underglaze washes. Specifically, I'm interested in methods that allow the underlying texture of the piece to remain visible through the wash. If anyone has experience or advice on this, I'd really appreciate your insights. Thank you in advance for your help!

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Texture, pattern, and incised lines all are enhanced by the use of oxide washes and sponge washing afterward. However, as texture becomes deeper and rougher angled spraying will enhance these more than the oxide wash and sponge technique. However experimentation is needed with this technique as to the thickness of the wash, and the angles used with the spraying.





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