Glaze results

 

  1. Previous blue glaze
  2. Previous green glaze
  3. Grey metallic lime green
  4. Grey metallic lime green with copper carbonate spray
  5. Metallic black
  6. Metallic black with copper carbonate spray
  7. Satin/Gloss mottled and speckled red/brown
  8. Satin/Gloss mottled and speckled red/brown with red iron oxide spray
  9. Satin/gloss transparent with mottled red/brown
  10. Satin/gloss transparent with mottled red/brown with red iron oxide spray
  11. Light oatmeal
  12. Green with cobalt carbonate spray
  13. Blue with cobalt carbonate spray
  1. I really like how gradient this glaze came out, it’s much better sprayed on than dipped like my previous tests.
  2. This glaze came out pretty similar to my test glazes, i think next time i would add a layer of transparent glaze as the texture is quite rough.
  3. This glaze came out quite patchy, it would be interesting to see how it would differentiate if it was applied thicker.
  4. The copper carbonate spray didn’t apply great on top of the lime green but it would look great on it’s own as it has a beautiful metallic sheen.
  5. Metallic black didn’t work at all it came out bright white, this might be because it was the firing was wrong for this glaze?
  6. The white underneath really brought out the metallic sheen in the copper carbonate, i would love to test this combination out again.
  7.  The Satin mottled and speckled red/brown came out great! It corresponds perfectly to the architecture at St Fagan which is what i was trying to achieve.
  8. The gradient of Red Iron oxide came out perfectly, this will definitely be used in my final stamps.
  9. The Satin/gloss transparent with mottled red/brown came out as expected.
  10. The Satin/gloss transparent with mottled red/brown with Red Iron Oxide spray came out great as well, this combination really works.
  11. The light oat meal just came out a white, i was quite disappointed with this result.
  12. The Cobalt carbonate spray is too over powering, you can see subtle green undertones but i’d have to adapt the thickness when applying next time
  13. The Cobalt Carbonate spray was again too powerful for this glaze.

 

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