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Posted 23 Oct 2012Looks like a crawl to me
Not sure what a wrapped is?-like a fruit wrap?
Reasons may include
to thick glaze
dirty /dusty/oily bisque ware which can effect adhesion to clay
My guess is to thick-rutile bases are somewhat troublesome anyway.
Next time thin glaze 1st or wet pot
i use to wet my pots before glazing, so i guess it's something with the glaze.
although rutile suppose to be thick, I'll try to dilute it a little for my next trial.
Posted 22 Oct 2012What clay body are you using? To what cone did you bisque fire? Your vessel seems a bit too thin to hold on to such a thick coating of glaze. It appears that your thin clay vitrified causing the glaze to run off and not adhere properly. Do your tests on thicker clay samples. Use only the recommended amount of coats for the glaze.
I used cork (sibelco k 3005), bisque fired it to cone 08. it happened also with white clay.
Posted 8 Oct 2012
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