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BeezleBug Mugs (Pg. 14: Paintings)
BeezleBug
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Joined: Oct 01, 2008
Posts: 213
From: Boulder City, Nevada
Posted: 2008-10-11 08:20 am   Permalink

I decided to be daring and glaze all the "Tiki Carver" mugs differently. I figured I needed to practice my glazing technique and needed see what colors worked together. Here's the result:



The local ceramics expert told me that many elderly folk hated glazing because they could never correlate the unfired glaze color with the fired glaze color. I can see why - you can get some wacky results if you're not careful. In any case, I'm selling a few of these now and have posted to the marketplace.

I also have the first batch of "South Seas Santa" mugs bisqued:



It'll be fun trying to get glaze into the cavity formed by the Christmas present he's holding behind his back. I'll have to build a right-angle brush! Or, maybe I can just slosh the glaze around enough to get it covered.


 
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