In response to our recent features on using direct, stencil, and transfer approaches to achieve glazing patterns, many readers asked about the glazes that were used and where they could get the recipes. So, today, you’ll find recipes for three glazes used to illustrate the techniques detailed previously. You’ll also find some handy tips to keep in mind when you’re ready to get glazing!
As detailed in the direct and stencil approaches shown previously, glaze application methods are as infinite as our imagination. Nearly every item around the studio or house has the potential to be a glaze applicator. It just takes a little imagination to see the potential, and experimenting is key to discovering new ideas. Today, Frank James Fisher will present the transfer method that he uses to create beautiful patterning on his pots.