Lili Krakowski on wed 9 mar 05
Thank you for the 04 glazes. =20
What I am trying for at c.6 and also (mainly for Kate's use) c.04 is the =
lead-look. I have tried a number of things, and now have reached a few =
conclusions--all temporary no doubt.
For one: I may need to use a slip over the earthenware body. I am =
thinking a couple of Mason stains, peach, orangy things--as probably =
being more reliable than rutile. I also am thinking of spraying a thin =
wash of same over the slip decorated plates before bisquing and then =
The slight opalescence from the boron, if very slight indeed, could =
help, I think, or do I mean hope?
Be of good courage
Kate Johnson on wed 9 mar 05
Hey Lili and list...I did try some Mason stains in clear glaze over white
slip, I forgot to mention it. You can see the results at
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/graphicartepsi/album?.dir=bbb8 , about rows
20-21--that's cone 04 temps, of course....
Art, History, Nature and More-- http://www.cafepress.com/cathy_johnson/
Graphics/Fine Arts Press-- http://www.epsi.net/graphic/