Tag Archives: glaze testing

Getting closer

  I’m really satisfied with the way my pebble design looks on my curvy cups. I just made some bowls but haven’t decorated them yet, but I have been thinking that I should branch out and make other forms. I’ve … Continue reading

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The Summer Chapter BEGINS!

Yes, I am going to start out with a cheesy food photo. Since classes, graduation, and moving have been done, I’ve been having a little fun. My roommate’s roommates left some really nice local ground beef in the freezer, so … Continue reading

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Glaze Testing: Copper Blue?

Sometimes, I get what I want from a glaze: And sometimes I don’t. Yes, I know it is possible to obtain a beautiful blue glaze with additions of copper carbonate at cone 10 because I have two copper blue glaze … Continue reading

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I’ve got BLUE!

  Alright, as promised– a photo of my glaze testing. Yeah, I have more tiles, but this is the one that I was most excited about. This was the result I was hoping for (or at least similar blue colors) … Continue reading

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Filling my life with bright happy colors! Some new photos from the studio

    Alright, here’s a challenge: try to guess where the photo of this teapot was taken… 3… 2… 1… nope. Not at the studio with the big pain in the ass setup. I took this photo in my bedroom, … Continue reading

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Color tile testing– I think I’ve got what I want!

    So, I drew up my color tiles instead of making tiles and painting underglaze, doing inlay, waxing, and glazing them… I saved a bunch of time. My justification: it’s like choosing wallpaper. This isn’t a shortcut just to … Continue reading

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