Speckle glaze

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Did you know you can make Glaze Speckles with pretty much any glaze? Don't buy those expensive premade glaze speckles and make your own glazes! Making glaze speckles is way easier than I thought it would be. Now my glazing possibilities are endless! Speckle Glaze Pottery, Diy Pottery Glaze, Glazes For Pottery Recipes, Glazes For Pottery Recipes Cone 6, Cone 6 Glaze Combinations, Ceramic Glaze Recipes Cone6, Pottery Glaze Recipes, Glaze Combinations For Pottery, Cone 6 Glaze Recipes

Did you know you can make Glaze Speckles with pretty much any glaze? Don't buy those expensive premade glaze speckles and make your own glazes! Making glaze speckles is way easier than I thought it would be. Now my glazing possibilities are endless!

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Pam Landers
✿ 𝕡𝕠𝕥𝕥𝕖𝕣𝕪 𝕓𝕪 𝕔𝕒𝕣𝕠 ✿’s Instagram profile post: “💗🤍💜 Glazed with Amaco’s Smokey Merlot and Mayco Light Flux on Laguna Speckled Buff #ceramics #amaco #howiamaco #mayco #pottery…” Mayco Light Flux Glaze, Glaze On Speckled Clay, Speckled Clay Glaze Ideas, Speckled Buff Clay Glazes, Speckled Glaze Pottery, Amaco Flux Glaze Combinations, Pottery Mug Glaze Ideas, Mayco Raspberry Mist Combinations, Mayco Light Flux Glaze Combinations

✿ 𝕡𝕠𝕥𝕥𝕖𝕣𝕪 𝕓𝕪 𝕔𝕒𝕣𝕠 ✿’s Instagram profile post: “💗🤍💜 Glazed with Amaco’s Smokey Merlot and Mayco Light Flux on Laguna Speckled Buff #ceramics #amaco #howiamaco #mayco #pottery…”

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Stacey Swinson
Hope Kathleen Limyansky-Smith on Instagram: "✨Glaze Tests✨
I never see new glazes tested on speckled clay… so I’m doing it for you! 
Thanks @speedball_ceramics for letting me test out SO many of your new cone 5-6 glazes! They developed 30 new glazes in partnership with Nancy Sowder! 
✨ I fired these to cone 6
✨ I use Standard 112 clay
✨ I brushed these glazes on with 3 coats 
✨ Follow the link in Speedball’s bio to get your hands on these! 
✨There’s A LOT of tests in this one video, so leave a 📸 if you’d like a follow up post with images (so you can stare at them a bit longer)" Glaze, Ceramic Pottery, Speedball Glazes, Ceramics Glazing, 2023 Ideas, Speckle Glaze, Glazes For Pottery, Art Studio, Hands On

Hope Kathleen Limyansky-Smith on Instagram: "✨Glaze Tests✨ I never see new glazes tested on speckled clay… so I’m doing it for you! Thanks @speedball_ceramics for letting me test out SO many of your new cone 5-6 glazes! They developed 30 new glazes in partnership with Nancy Sowder! ✨ I fired these to cone 6 ✨ I use Standard 112 clay ✨ I brushed these glazes on with 3 coats ✨ Follow the link in Speedball’s bio to get your hands on these! ✨There’s A LOT of tests in this one video, so leave…

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Victoria Grant
Joe Thompson on Instagram: "Glazes undergo a similar transformation to clay when partially fired. In clay this is typically called bisquing and in glazes it's called sintering, and it's a permanent change from their raw state to a solid but not fully melted state. This allows us to fuse chunks of glaze into solid pieces without melting into a puddle. The temperature this happens at will be different for each glaze, so it's generally preferable to use a recipe that works in your bisque than to run a separate firing just to sinter the glaze. I have a couple of recipes on my Glazy profile for speckle recipes that sinter at cone 04-06 and fire to cone 6-10. #pottery #clay #ceramic #ceramics #handmade #handmadeuk #handmadepottery #glaze #cone6 #wheelthrown #wheelthrowing #potteryvideo #sati Glazes For Pottery Recipes Cone 6, Speckle Glaze, Glazing Techniques, Wheel Throwing, Pottery Videos, Ceramics Handmade, Pottery Clay, Ceramic Techniques, Pottery Glazes

Joe Thompson on Instagram: "Glazes undergo a similar transformation to clay when partially fired. In clay this is typically called bisquing and in glazes it's called sintering, and it's a permanent change from their raw state to a solid but not fully melted state. This allows us to fuse chunks of glaze into solid pieces without melting into a puddle. The temperature this happens at will be different for each glaze, so it's generally preferable to use a recipe that works in your bisque than…

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dinie dael