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Tiki Ano Mugsville: "I made it out of clay."
TikiAno
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Posted: 2013-04-02 3:05 pm   Permalink

Mike, thanks. I'm not mixing my own glazes from scratch, just mixing existing glazes. which has worked out pretty well. Which brown glaze did you like? (The brown skull on Skully is a Turkish Amber, the the one w/ Orange is a combo of Mayco Orange with Turkish Amber.

I've found that Amaco's Toasted Sage, kind of boring by itself, combines really well with bright colors and creates new textures. Similarly, I've had great success with using Amaco's Textured Turquoise (an absurdly high gloss, intense glaze) on top of other "mellower" glazes (it was one of the three glazes I used for that water effect in the Sinking Moai Art Swap piece.

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