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Friday, May 3, 2013

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detail of glaze merging...


More fun in drawing with glaze pencil, then waxing the dragon and dipping in shiny green glaze. Charles (BMCA clay teacher) thought I should have wiped the glaze off the dragon completely (though he was painted with clear glaze to make it food safe.  What do you think?

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  1. Personally I have had some very unhappy results with glaze on wax resist. The wax seems to make the glaze move in unexpected ways. Of course, I work at ^04 so you may have different results.

    Toes crossed for success.

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    1. Nope, same problems at cone 6. Charles says it's because the wax melts at 100 or so degrees, thus making the glaze flow with gravity at that point. I don't mind using resist as long as I can get all the glaze off the surface of it so there isn't that flow thing happening. Thanks for toes crossed! I can use all the help I can get!

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