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Nov 25, 2013 · Electric cone 9-10 will need overlapping glazes , some more breaking/running over stiffer slip based glazes to re-create a similar or even better look than cone 9-10 temoku. Oil spot glazes would be a good area to start exploring because of the movement of these glazes. As in my other post, bone ash, kaki type glazes can add to the texture that

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  • my favorite glaze recipes– phillip schmidt pottery

    my favorite glaze recipes– phillip schmidt pottery

    Jun 28, 2014 · The color will be a sickly fleshy white color, and not pretty. I have no experience with Yellow Mackenzie glaze in oxidising atmospheres, either. My guess is that it would turn out a clear/whitish glaze. Regarding the cone 9 vs cone 10, I don’t think there is a huge temperature difference, so manipulating the glazes …

  • ceramic recipes - glazy ceramic glaze and pottery recipes

    ceramic recipes - glazy ceramic glaze and pottery recipes

    Ceramic Recipes ? Peter Legstrump Fischer Rutile Blue Glaze Glaze. Ceramic Recipes 5-6 ; Jan's Barium Blue Matt Crater ... Tenmoku. Ceramic Recipes 6 Ox. MC6 Zinc Semimatte Glossy Base Glaze Glaze. Ceramic Recipes. Test 10 Red. Rutile Blue 1 Glaze. Ceramic Recipes 6 ; Blackbird Black Reformulated Glossy. Ceramic Recipes 10 ; Heino Turquoise ^10

  • cone 9-10 glaze recipes - website toolbox

    cone 9-10 glaze recipes - website toolbox

    Recipe needed: Fishscale: Potential4Evil: 2,439: 2: 1316573107 by Potential4Evil: Search for Blue Glazes: ClayArtsUtah: 15,044: 7: 1295929513 by Akelarene: Dry glazes for cone 9-10: anniesdoxies: 3,653: 0: 1190072477 by anniesdoxies: Black Glaze: New2Clay: 7,401: 6: 1189485487 by pottenbakker: Chun Glaze - is the blue really an optical illusion? Dawn: 9,603: 0

  • recipes: cone 9 glazes- ceramic arts network

    recipes: cone 9 glazes- ceramic arts network

    Exploring Glazes: From Perfect Fit to Crackle and Matte; Recipes: Cone 10 Glazes; Tips and Tools: Wax Brush Holders; Techno File: Reduction Misnomer; Recipes: Cone 9 Glazes; Spotlight: Evaluate and Appreciate; Archive Article: On Being an Artist; Archive …

  • cone 9-10glaze recipes

    cone 9-10glaze recipes

    Categories > Cone 9-10 Glaze Recipes : Welcome, New Topic: Subject Author Views: Replies Last Post: Yellow Yellow Yellow: ClayArtsUtah: 23,827: 6: 1492899987 by Renee Wendy Looking for matte and dry glaze recipes for cone 9-10: SamPots1313: 3,021: 0: 1320495896 by SamPots1313: Recipe …

  • ceramicrecipes- glazy ceramicglazeand potteryrecipes

    ceramicrecipes- glazy ceramicglazeand potteryrecipes

    Ceramic Recipes ? Peter Legstrump Fischer Rutile Blue Glaze Glaze. Ceramic Recipes 5-6 ; Jan's Barium Blue Matt Crater ... Tenmoku. Ceramic Recipes 6 Ox. MC6 Zinc Semimatte Glossy Base Glaze Glaze. Ceramic Recipes. Test 10 Red. Rutile Blue 1 Glaze. Ceramic Recipes 6 ; Blackbird Black Reformulated Glossy. Ceramic Recipes 10 ; Heino Turquoise ^10

  • recipes: john britt pottery

    recipes: john britt pottery

    Recipes Glaze List for Fundamentals of Glazing: The Basics MALCOLM’S SHINO. Cone 10 Reduction. 40.90 Nepheline Syenite 9.80 Kona F- 4 Feldspar 18.20 EPK Kaolin 13.20 Kentucky Ball Clay 17.30 Soda Ash. Add: 6.0 % Red Art (Optional ) ASLEIGH’S FAKE ASH Cone 6 (oxidation or reduction) 30.0 Whiting 5.0 Dolomite 10.0 Frit 3134 10.0 Silica

  • cone6glaze recipes| great mid range potteryglazes

    cone6glaze recipes| great mid range potteryglazes

    Oxidation Cone 6 Glaze Recipes: 1) Speckled Gold: Cone 5-6. Kona F-4 Feldspar (Substitute: Soda Feldspar NC-4) Cornwall Stone . Whiting . OM-4 Ball Clay . EPK Kaolin . Zinc Oxide . 3600 1562. 2657. 933. 781. 467. Total. Also add: Red Iron Oxide. …

  • cone5 and 6glazes—yoko sekino-bové

    cone5 and 6glazes—yoko sekino-bové

    Cone 5/6 Glazes. All of these glaze recipes have been tested on white, mid-range clay fired to cone 5 in oxidation. Clay body: a white stoneware body for mid-range (cone 5/6), or so-called "porcelain" clay body (cone 5/6) commercially available.. Bisque firing temperatures: Cone …

  • steve irvine --potter--cone 8 oxidation glazes

    steve irvine --potter--cone 8 oxidation glazes

    Cone 8 oxidation glazes. These are glazes I used in the 1960's, and for the most part were found, adapted or invented by Barbara Irvine for use in electric kilns fired to cone 8. The Talc Base blue and green were two of my favourites, but there are several other good ones here

  • oxidation glazes,cone 6-7 - jnevins.com

    oxidation glazes,cone 6-7 - jnevins.com

    Rutile Mat, cone 6, ox. 20 Whiting 56 Neph. Syenite 18 Kaolin 6 Silica ADD 7 Rutile 9 Zinc. Ox. Glaze test for Silky White, cone 6, ox. 48 Neph. Syenite 25 Silica 18 Whiting 8 Zinc 8 EPK Kaolin 4 Tin Oxide ===== 111 gr. Semi gloss, soft white glaze, even and covering. Regards from Alisa in Denmark Cone…

  • clay and glaze recipes—jen allen ceramics

    clay and glaze recipes—jen allen ceramics

    The list of recipes below are for CONE 10 reduction. They are ones I used on my porcelain. White Engobe* (cone 10) EPK 20. Flint 30. Custer 30. Neph Sy. 10. OM4 5. Whiting 5 *apply to leather-hard clay. Has a slight sheen at cone 10 in reduction with no glaze over the top

  • cone6 firing schedule celsius - impresaedileravena.it

    cone6 firing schedule celsius - impresaedileravena.it

    cone 6 firing schedule celsius, Jul 03, 2001 · In Glazes Cone 6 Mike Bailey surveys the growing trend in middle-temperature firing and guides the reader by practical knowledge. He discusses a range of different glazes, including special effects, glaze stains, and underglaze colors, giving both recipes and tips for ensuring success

  • copper red glaze recipes - cone 9andcone6!!! - marian

    copper red glaze recipes - cone 9andcone6!!! - marian

    Jul 11, 2013 · This article gave some recipes for Cone 9 Copper Red Glazes that had some interesting hues and effects! Article in Ceramics Monthly. Although many of the chemicals are not ones that I normally use, it might be worth giving them a try. Here are the recipes…

  • low-fire glaze recipesfor pottery - the spruce crafts

    low-fire glaze recipesfor pottery - the spruce crafts

    These 15 low-fire glaze recipes are arranged from a lower temperature to higher, with the firing range given in cones. The percentages given in these recipes are by weight, not by volume. Your glaze batches should be mixed using distilled water. Whenever you are trying out a new glaze…