This clip was excerpted from Majolica Decorating: Creating Colorful Surfaces, which is ON SALE in the Ceramic Arts Daily Shop!
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Have you ever glazed a piece and had the glaze run off the high points a little too much? Sometimes that effect is desirable, but other times you might want a more even coating of glaze.
In majolica glazing an even coat of the base glaze is desirable because it acts as a canvas for the decoration. In today's post, an excerpt from her DVD Majolica Decoration: Creating Colorful Surfaces, Linda Arbuckle explains how she tests her glazes and makes sure they are properly flocculated to ensure even coverage. Even if you do not do majolica, this advice can be helpful in other glazing situations. - Jennifer Harnetty, editor.
This clip was excerpted from Majolica Decorating: Creating Colorful Surfaces, which is available in the Ceramic Arts Daily Shop!
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To learn more about Linda Arbuckle or to see more images of her work, please visit www.lindaarbuckle.com.
For more interesting glazing techniques, download your free copy of Four Great Ceramic Glazing Techniques: How to Formulate Successful Crystalline Glazes, Add Depth Through Slip Trailing and Color Washes, and Glaze in the Majolica (Maiolica) Style.