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Technique #3 ~
Courtyard Art Glaze and Concepts Underglaze Combo
You will need a highly detailed cone 04 bisque
piece (we used a stein) and the following Duncan products:
CY113 - Hearthstone Courtyard Art
CN113 -Dark Delft
Concepts Underglaze for Bisque
Clear Glaze of your choice
Courtyards and Concepts Combo
Use a damp sponge to wipe all dust from your ceramic
piece, especially the inside. This is an important step as a build-up of dust
can cause your glaze to pull back, creating an unglazed spot on your
Add one spoonful water to 4 oz. clear glaze, stirring well. Pour this
glaze mixture inside your stein, rolling to coat entire inside. Pour glaze into
jar and save for other uses. Turn piece upside down to drain excess. When dry,
use a damp sponge to wipe all glaze from the outside of the stein.
two teaspoons of Dark Delft onto your tile or palette and mix in the same
amount of clean water. Mix well. Using a large glaze brush wash the color onto
the detailed portion of your piece. (Center area and handle on the stein shown
above) Cover all the detail portion, then use a damp sponge to wipe the color
back so it is mainly in the grooves and the high spots are clear. (How much you
wipe back is up to you. Some parts of the stein did have more delft color on
them than others.) Allow piece to dry.
Cover all detail areas with three
flowing coats of Hearthstone, allowing each coat to dry before applying the
next. (Center area and handle on the stein shown above)
Now cover top
rim and bottom of piece with three smooth, flowing coats of Dark Delft.
dry, stilt and fire to cone 06.
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