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2014 Sacramento Cap City Tiki Crawl (October 3,4,5) CRAWL PICTURES
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2014-04-23 09:12 am   Permalink

I picked the glazes to use.


First I painted a clear around the rim.


Then I poured it into the mug and coated all of the insides by rotating the mug three times.


Then I poured it out being careful to not have the clear run down the outside of the mug. I held it upside down for 3 minutes.


I checked to make sure it was all coated and there were no skips.


I then painted wax resist along the top edge. That way if I touch the brown glaze to this area it will wipe off and not ruin the rim. I let this dry overnight.


As I paint the top of the mug the glaze runs off of the wax resist.


Now with the mug dry I can put my hand inside to hold it while I paint on the flat brown glaze.


All done I let it dry overnight.


Now I rubbed the glaze off of the tiki.


This is a test. I expect the final to look different from this one. I will tweak until I get it right.


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