ranmcc on thu 13 mar 03
For those interested, Richard Busch said "the nutmeg/wsm combo is poured,
one coat, not too thick. the additional wsm (for brush stroke background) is
brushed on fairly thickly"
Ababi on fri 14 mar 03
This thread reminds me of a correspondence I had with Tony Hansen. In his books he
writes negatively about "text books" about copying recipes. I wrote him and said that it
was my way to learn. Tony wrote it was fine just when you had known what you put in.
I think in this recipe as well as the article, we have an example of a recipe given as an
axiom the one and the only one way to have this way of glazing. That was the reason
of my very critical letter from Wednesday.
This morning I will fire the examples I have made and glaze them. Even if I will not
succeed I will not change my mind in this point.
There are a few groups of glazes that you must do in a certain way but i do not except
that in order to get the special "Look" you must do it with one "holy glaze" one "holy
Ababi the rebel!
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>For those interested, Richard Busch said "the nutmeg/wsm combo is poured,
>one coat, not too thick. the additional wsm (for brush stroke background) is
>brushed on fairly thickly"
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